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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Written by Molly
We were supposed to have two quick nights in Chico before heading out of California and moving on to Oregon. Corey’s sister has a friend out there whose family we met online through a Kickstarter campaign. They were trying to raise funds for a new tractor they needed for their family farm and in exchange offered various incentives, one of them being a free photography session by their daughter Katie. We thought it sounded like a pretty ...
Savannah reunited with her true love and moved to Yosemite.
She came back to get her stuff and to help me celebrate my birthday.
Its really warm in Butte County. Today I think it was 72 and I hiked and laid in the sun on a grassy slope under oak trees like the landscapes you usually only see while driving I-5 through North Central California. It feels really special to be part of this landscape rather than just flying past it, marveling, in a ...
On the way here we picked up some hitch hikers crammed them in, barely, they were basically doing it with each other. they couldn't have been comfortable, but i could tell they are good friends.. they were on their way to our friends house in Texas for Thanksgiving. random coincidence or maybe just hippies in norcal. This friend they were on their way to visit is Science, who happens to be the one who introduced us to Glen from our ...
My stay in California was the most memorable summer yet! After hiking for three hours on the flumes (in flip flops and bikinis) my two friends and i found a nice little spot but the river and decided to stop there and take a break. Swimming and laying on this large rock in the middle of the river. We soon realized that we were all out of water and that it would take us another three hours or so to hike back to the house. After hiking up the mountain for a short period of time ...
... but for safety. I slowly make my way to the young girl who it belongs, trying to stifle the wheezing and gasping long enough to sputter out, "Really, it was no trouble at all".
She responds with "Ha, I was just going to let it go. Thanks though."
Damn kids, rafts don't grow on trees you know! They don't know the value of a dollar! Kids these days! I suddenly had the urge to make the early-bird special at Carrow's and watch Mattlock. I somehow ...