Motel 6 Stockton North
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Today we had a much more leisurely start to the day with some great cereal and fruit for breakfast and some catching up on a little of the Johanson news. Managed to get some well needed washing done. Then off to Sacramento for lunch and the afternoon. We visited the State Capitol, we went inside and used the restrooms and had a bit of a wander as there were a few schools groups coming through. We went outside and found a couple of nice benches in the sun ...
... much as we didn't want this trip to end, we were looking forward to getting back home.
We took back roads all the way home and truly enjoyed the sights along the river roads. Hope that some time in the future I can take the roads again and stop in some of the quaint little towns and take a few photos.
We arrived home about 4pm, what charge of emotions walking through the doors of our home. ...
... during World War II, Camp Stoneman was the last contact with the United States. In 1954, the Camp was closed and the property was added to the City of Pittsburg for commercial and residential development.
From a struggling settlement to an industrial center, Pittsburg has grown into a pleasant community of landscaped parks, recreational facilities, shopping centers, affordable housing and planned business and commercial development.
... area for the United States Army during World War II and the Korean War. Named after George Stoneman, a cavalry commander during the Civil War, the camp was activated in 1942 and decommissioned as a military post in 1954. Remnants of the camp still remain around Pittsburg today.
Running past Pittsburg is The California Delta which is located roughly between Sacramento on the north and Stockton on the south and encompasses about 1,000 ...
... I spent out n California.
I actually knew nothing about the university when I decided to go there. I googled international relations programs and found Pacific. Being an army kid I'm used to moving around and I figured that it would just be four years so why not chance it? Best decision I ever made.
So here's to you, Pacific, for making the person I am today.