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... one day, Maggie and Bart took us and the boys crawdad fishing one night, and we ate the most delicious vegetarian meals all week!
It helped to have deliciously comfy beds and our very own suite with a back porch. We will definitely be returning again soon!
On Friday we went up to Coloma to Sutters mill where John Marshall first found gold in California and tried a little gold panning.
We were ...
... and south lanes along the sides and in all the towns. We got to Sacramento and the road signs were not very clear so we took the wrong road and had to take the longer way to get to our current stop. We decided to come north towards the Gold Country where the Mother Lode was discovered and we found there are some car shows and cruise ins during the week and this weekend. The park use to be a KOA and most of the people are longer term (last campground was mainly overnights or ...
... We have something special to remember from every day.
Paul Theroux, the travel writer, said, "Tourists don't know where they've been, and travellers don't know where they're going." We like to think of ourselves as "travellers" and hope, always to be willing to investigate anything that catches our fancy.
Thanks for following our trip and we'll be sure to let you know next time we head out!
Dan & Donna
... this is the meeting of two rushing rivers, there are great little areas that have very little current pull and provide great wading pools for the kids.
One of the book series that all of kids have really enjoyed are the "Henry and Mudge" stories. There are about the adventures of a little boy named Henry and his big dog Mudge. In one of the stories Henry and Mudge head over to a "Grandpa House" where Henry's Great-Grandpa Bill lives with ...
... passed a four ladies who had to be over 70 years old who were taking a break from their morning bike ride.
After Folsom lake, we got on Auburn Folsom road and rode up to Auburn (go figure). Thats where the elevation gain at the foothills of the Sierra Mountains came in. We climbed up to Auburn, but only covered a tiny fraction of the total climbing we have between sea level (Sacramento) and ...