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... frog and birds. Right now human activity is pretty quiet, being in between programs but it should pick up later in the month as we get more settled in. At the end of May, we will head north to Oregon to spend June and July mostly at the Ananda Laurelwood center where we actually are domiciled, ya know, licenses, vehicles, insurance, etc. Then will see what is right to do next. And, no, we are not going to Alaska this ...
... about if it will start when we get back home. Yikes. Best comments of the day; Jacob "...when are we getting to the airport? Awe man...It looks like someone pooped on my shirt..." It's all fun and games until you spill Buffalo sauce on ...
A short drive from Livermore to Folsom California, to spend another evening with our friends, John and Earlynn Ware.
We had a exciting conversation over cocktails telling them about our travels since our stop in February.
It was off to dinner at their local favorite place, Scotty's Seafood and Grill. Thursday night is oyster night there and we decided to join in the fun of the theme. John had oysters ...
... content :):) My mom and Mitch came to visit me in San Diego. We all had a blast exploring and it was great for my mom to get to visit with friends who she hadn't seen in over 18 years!! My time in San Diego came and went as quickly as ever. I was sad to go, but excited for my next adventure in a brand new, unexplored city!!
My next job was in the city of Roseville, California in Northern California about a half hour north of Sacramento. Of course, I turned ...
... 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 ...