Motel 6 San Jose Airport
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... walls etc.... She stopped
building when the 1906 earthquake struck ruining large parts of her
house. From then on she continued to repair the parts of her house
that were damaged until her death in 1922.
She seemed to be a fascinating and
eccentric woman. President Roosevelt came to visit but he wasn't
allowed in the front door. In fact no one was, the only people ever to
use it were Sarah (once) and the 2 carpenters who installed ...
... they were approaching, one of the cubs decided to venture into the road, there was a shout of anguish from Nigel as it narrowly avoided being hit by a pick up. We watched them for about twenty minutes as they grazed on grass and wildflowers then, as one very loud truck went by, they were gone in a second.
... at Death Valley visitor centre flew by, and we arrived to a balmy 108°F (42°C). Was interesting reading about the heat and environment, Death Valley is officially the hottest place on earth with 50+ temps normal in summer. Stuff that. The hot air rises but can't escape the valley so falls to the ground again to be heated up over and over again. We did an 'auto tour' as the guidebook calls it, going up to Dante's View, Golden Canyon, Natural Bridge, artists loop and then ...
We went to Sacramento to see Jon and Danica showing two of their Scottish Terriers before taking a look round the city.
Sacramento is the state capitol of California which, despite being 90 miles from the Pacific Ocean , is an important port - so the ‘river’ we walked along through the ...