Alta Sierra Village Inn
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... rules and we had a very nice swim.
Today I went for a walk and took a "selfie" in front of the entrance to "Sun City," the development that Dad and Jan live in. Everyone is super friendly. You absolutely MUST say hi to fellow walkers, which is challenging if you are trying to focus on walking the hills. However, absolutely required etiquette, no complaints. ...
... happy to experience someplace new.
For those that know me well, you will be surprised that we are sitting at about one month out from our trip and I am completely unorganized. We have just one hotel in Portugal booked and not much else for that portion of our trip. This might turn out to be spontaneous fun or an absolute disaster given that we are visiting in high tourist season!
... of Historic Places. For $6 we got a self guided audio tour with 13 interesting listening stops along the way, except George who had to wait in the car. I don't think they had any hard hats in his size anyway. He did get out and enjoy the park for a minute.
We returned to Eden Vale in time for barbequed bison burgers outside by the fire pit with Mark and Gayle. One of us might of had a few more glasses of wine. The day ended with a soak in that incredible tub!
... our long time physician, Dr. Peter at the nearby Sierra Family Medical Clinic. We expect to be here until at least after Memorial Day then eventually make our way up to Oregon back to spend much of the summer Ananda Laurelwood west of Portland.
So we assist with the chickens, work on the website, cook and wash a few dishes, and pitch in for whatever else is needed to help out.
... 2500 feet in elevation on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Sugar pines and oak trees dominate the hills. Grass valley is the home of the Empire Mine. Over 5 million ounces of gold were extracted from the mine from1850 until its closure in 1956.
Nevada City (3000 souls) is close by. This city as well as Grass Valley were important during the early gold rush days of the 1850's. Many of the historic homes and ...