Town House Motel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wires were live, the fire department would not let us be more than 20' out the front door. Of course we had no power and were stranded with no heat, etc. No one was able to pick us up since the roads were closed. This happened early morning and we were able to leave around two in the afternoon. Rich's truck has damage and will be taken care of when we get home. Nothing major but his truck is new.
On a positive note since we had ...
... The States has problems with obesity and this must be something to do with portion size, but also there are just so many good places to eat you almost feel that being obese would be a fair enough price to pay.
Our afternoon drive took us deep into redwood country. They are impressive trees, but to be honest all pretty similar to each other when viewed from a coach, so it was a good thing that our next book group choice was a long one. Tania our ...
... distance. We had to go through pretty tight security before entering; we didn't have to take our shoes off but we had to turn on our phones or cameras to show they were operating. Shasta Dam is a gravity dam across the Sacramento river. Its main purposes are long-term water storage and generating hydro-electric power and its reservoir, Shasta Lake, also serves as flood control. Our ...
... The dozen or so downtown blocks showcase the turn-of-the-centur architecture of a once well-to-do and vibrant urban core. Galleries, retaurants, artists' studios at ground level with apartments above, with the occasional pawn and thrift shop thrown in for good measure. Dianne's challenge for the day is to redo the pedicure ruined when Bob stepped on her toes. She's found a shop and is delivered to the door. In the meantime, ...
... gorgeous!! The sun is setting, but there's no sign of civilization, much less the town I'm looking for. So I look at my phone to check the map and I have no service. I didn't have service when I left SF either because I had been in a remote, woodsy spot. So this is 3 hours now with no service. I'm also getting hungry and I have less than a half tank of gas. I'm not panicking, but I'm starting to stress out a little bit.
8pm rolls around and I finally find a gas station and ...