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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... time often. Viviana is so much fun. Aria is funny and so active you can't take your eyes off her for a minute. Nakoa, aka Nakcrier, is a daddy's boy and so cuddly and loving when he wants to be.
I have attached photos of the past few weeks.
Stay warm and cozy. Maybe a thousand piece jigsaw puzzle will help pass the time. Feel free to call me for a chat.
Love to all,
... These facts are in contrast to the Giant Sequoias which can live 3200 years and grow only on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada. The coast redwoods are the tallest trees on earth; they can exceed 370 feet while the tallest Giant Sequoias are closer to 300 feet. And it so ironic that the cone of the coastal redwood is about the size of a large olive and the seed as tiny as ...
... for timber. Not only are they huge, but they can live up to 2,000 years! Imagine cutting one of these behemoths down? It would break my heart, but it didn't and doesn't for so many loggers out there. It took decades of advocating and fighting to protect the ones that were left. First attempts at creating a National Park failed, but sections of the forest were designated State Parks. It wasn't until 1968 that one other portion was given National Park status. So as ...
... a chunky beef vegtable soup and is probably the most delicious soup I have ever eaten. There is not much meat but it has lots of chunky pieces of tomatoes, carrots and other vegetables and a tasty broth perfectly seasoned.
The sald is a regular salad but crispy ...
... on the road and into some BEAUTIFUL scenery. Things were going pretty good when on a long pull I got a warning bell going off and a message on the freightliner screen saying, "Low ECU coolant-STOP engine". Switched the screen over to 'temperature' and noted it was only at 200 and I can usually get up to 220 before an alarm goes off. Anyway, to solve the problem we had to pull over to the side of the road. Once level stabilized, we were back on the road. ...