Motel 6 Sacramento-Old Sacramento North
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... THE WORLD. California is the fifth-largest supplier of food in the world. We spotted many a sign supporting farmers and bemoaning water rations in the sunshine state. Also cows. Lots and lots of dairy cows. Don't get me wrong, I wasn't disappointed, it's just that...I thought California would be, oh I don't know, a bit more...California-ier? You know, like everyone would be dressed like this.
To be completely honest, ...
Dear Friends and Family,
It's been about six months since our last blog post and about eight months since we've come back from our trip. I recently came across some notes that I took on our trip, which I thought I would share with you.
India versus the US
... exploded less than a kilometre later, spraying my with blue foamy tyre sealant. We stopped to examine it, talked to some park rangers who drove past and enjoyed our accents (we informed them about the man with the gun, just so they were on their guard. Their response, “Plenty of homeless around here.” So straightforward.), and I found another wild blackberry bush to pick from. So far we’ve seen blackberries in Seattle, Eugene ...
... was. I did later discover that she has a slight problem with locks-once you've stripped for a wash in the largest restroom, sliding and checking the lock is an essential skill.
Jaw drop. Eyes drop. Suspected nakedness confirmed. Door shut. "Sorry love!"
It was great, though. I didn't sleep much, letting podcasts take me to sleep at midnight then waking several times to see city lights go by or darkness when we were on the plains. Half the carriage got ...
... items were even cheaper than what we were paying in Minnesota. Amazing! We spent a day doing the scenic drive and started out early that a.m. and got to see a huge herd of Elk, as they were moving from the lowlands up to wherever they go during the day to hide from the tourists. We also attended an evening program – it was a talk on Sacajawea. The speaker was a local kid’s author, so his talk was mainly oriented towards kids, but it ...