Motel 6 Woodland
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... speak against the president, take photos of government officials and buildings, or to wear camouflage or military-style clothing.
Zimbabwe has had its share of difficulties over the last few decades. Currently, though, the country has been relatively peaceful and tourists have been largely untouched by its political problems. The people of Zimbabwe are described as warm and hospitable, happy to welcome visitors to their country.
Day 54 Tracy is very concerned about our drive today. He doesn't like snow at the best of times, but for today, if it has snowed excessively the pass over the mountains may be inaccessible and he won't know till he is at the gate. He had expected the snow from the previous fall to have melted, however the evening temps have been very cool and it hasn't melted and probably won't for a good while. As we are having breakfast, I kid Tracy about the possibilities of more snow. He ...
... of the 4.5 miles of the sheer uphill climb, dropped us off at the town of Glen Ellen, and we rode the final twenty miles of hills in to Petaluma.
A huge thanks to Uncle Ronnie for "saving us". Though it was only 4.5 miles shaved off of a 55 mile ride, it made a huge difference. By the time we arrived at the KOA well into the evening, we were dead-tired and even nauseas.
... Prohibition is still alive and well outside the frosted glass doors, and you better enjoy every second of escape that the lady provides.
The Shady Lady, dancing alone in the dark of a sleepy river town. She's sweet, and sexy, but something about her hints that she has a gun in her garter. Given the chance, I highly recommend swinging by, if only to tip your hat, and pay your respects.
She's quite a lady.
... noon! We filled the post-procedure prescription and headed up route 49 through Sutter's Creek then headed back west toward Sacramento. Several brush fires burned in the area filling the horizon with a fog-like cloud. At one point, the road was closed and we had to take a short detour - fire trucks lined the road and we got within a couple hundred feet of the burning grassland. Through the stop-and-go traffic, the transmission in our ...