Quality Inn

Address: 2717 West March Lane, Stockton, California, 95219, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 2717 West March Lane, Stockton, is near Sonoma Valley and Little Manila.
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A travel blog entry by bouscal on Aug 11, 2013

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A travel blog entry by bmwbret on Jul 13, 2013

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Our group mailbox was vandalized. Now we have to go to the, post office to collect our mail. I promise more positive, interesting images. Just thought this one with box 13, on my birthday, was too good to pass ...

I want to see that, and that, and that!

A travel blog entry by fellows4994 on Jan 09, 2011

... bought it sight unseen in Georgetown Texas, so we flew there and picked it up, drove it to Ohio and Arkansas and then back to California.

So now we have the bug to go, go, go......

We are leaving on a minnie trip tomorrow to Pismo Beach and I will try to keep you in the loop if I can figure this all out.

See you ...

Its late this turned into a rant, just my thoughts

A travel blog entry by stevevall on Jul 10, 2010

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... spend" from the elected, the Bankers, the CEO's in a masterful shell game, knowingly designed to take until all was gone, depleted, polluted, or otherwise made useless.
Mike and others have begun to develop ways of surviving. Not from hoarding, but from sharing to make sure that those the 99.9% left to die can live. The Planet will be just fine, but whether or not there will be people around to enjoy what returns is a question left still unanswered. ...

Time flies, but I seem to be staying put?

A travel blog entry by stevevall on Jun 13, 2009

... and finding a place in the States to manufacture these boats.
We have a sub being delivered to out first US customer, and I am trying to increase interest in the idea. I am also trying to get the first sub into production right where I am, which is a possibility.
If things do well, I can soon be traveling from Port to Port, spreading the word and letting people get a first-hand look at the concept, which I am really excited about.
Thanks for reading, ...