Super 8 Sacramento/Florin Rd
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... br> So Sacramento, being summer the weather felt like central Otago on a 34 degree day. Pretty much all the time. Our activities included swimming in the American River, entertaining dogs, children and friends. We went to Old Sac and the capitol building, both of which were moderately interesting. Turns out California was almost exclusively founded by 19th Century gold rushes. Nothing much has changed, its just digital gold now.
Next stop: Las Vegas.
... and I made the walk there for the second time that day. It seemed much shorter after a few beers. We rocked up at this place only to hear they had a cover charge! It was only $5, but still! The cheek! It also looked quite deserted and potentially gothic: now of us were remotely hardcore to fit in there. This is where Stan left us, to bicycle to the Safeway before it closed. So now the three musketeers walked on in search of entertainment. And we found ...
... are accepting volunteers, and quite frankly we've realized that it's time to take our experience back home, to pause, and to let it all soak in. And to then let it radiate out from ourselves to family, friends, and community as an expression of our joy and gratitude for the experience.
Along the way, we met countless people, all of whom touched us profoundly as unique human beings sharing a common joy for life. And all who capture ...
... practice these rules and punishments.
Now to today: This is Kathy's Ranger Story.
Kathy had partnered with someone who chose to climb on the stairway up Uluru even though she knew the climb was not open on this day and even though our tour guide strongly advised against it on ethical grounds, So Kathy stayed on the path the other woman wanted to see how far she would decide to go on her own regardless. A ...
... vines. We took some excellent advice from Lynn at the Lodge who suggested a less busy route along the Pacific Highway. This was route 1 along the coast from Point Reyes to Jenner. This was a fantastic drive with a real mixture of scenery; large rolling dairy farms and then rugged shores with white capped waves breaking onto rocks. We drove through Bodega Bay, which was where Alfred Hitchock filmed The Birds, back in 1962 (and yes, we did spot some ...