Econo Lodge Inn Woodland
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Travel Blogs from Woodland
... meeting up with another of Carmen's cousins where will be staying the night and having dinner at a local restaurant. We head off to Emerald Bay. This is somewhere near the north end of the lake. This is the pass that Tracy has been worrying about. It is a two lane tarred road which has no guard railing on either side. Should you have a slip up, venturing off the road on either side would end up in an end for end roll for about 1000 feet or till your vehicle was wrapped round a tree. ...
... delicious (even though the service was a little slow). I'm not sure exactly what everyone had, but there were chimichangas, burritos, tacos, enchiladas, chips, and salsa all over the table. We filled three container full of leftovers (the portions were quite large), and lumbered out of our seats back to the cars.
Upon returning home, I was relieved to find that the Giants ended up winning 10-9, in 10 innings, and I was (as always) ...
... train trip to Sacramento for that.
We had a nice dinner at Fat City and called it a night.
It was fun seeing Eva on the train. Other than having other people go with us on previous Sacramento trips, we hadn't ever seen someone we knew board at the same time. Eva is in my Bible Study group, but we sit around a large table, and Eva sits at another end of the table, so we don't get to talk ...
... the entire time we've been here. They haven't caught much, though. My parents joined us here late Sunday night, and on Monday we ventured out to explore 'historic' Winters, CA. That took about 5 minutes. Tiny town, nothing to see. We wanted to try some local 'cuisine', but there weren't many options, and everything was closed anyway because of the holiday. So we headed to Vacaville, about 20 minutes away, where there are ...
... was not finished completely but I needed to hit the road if I wanted to be back in Murray sometime during November. During the days, Chas went to work and I worked on the tack room. He would get home in the early afternoons to help me. Other times he would get home early and we would go for horseback rides. Chas's property butted up against Utah Land Management ground so there were trails all over the place. It was my first time to ever ride a horse so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking