Weaverville Hotel & Emporium
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... capped mountains and probably had the quickest greens we have played on for the whole trip. We played with a local member and one of the golf shop staff. The weather and our company was great but our games need a little work before we hit the tee at Bandon Dunes!
Tomorrow we are off to Eugene, Oregon. It is about a 5 hour drive north from Redding. We will spend a couple of days there before we head to the coast and make a 3 day stop in Bandon, Oregon.
Cathy & Dave
Our drive on Saturday February 28th took us through Sacramento into the Sacramento Valley. It's pretty similar to the San Joaquin Valley we drove through on Friday. It's much greener so I presume they get more rain here!
Lots of tree crops, including Olives, & vineyards ...
We experienced many different driving conditions today. It was clear when we left Lone Pine but before we knew it we were in a heavy snow storm with poor visibility. Down in elevation again it stopped snowing but got very, very windy (trucks and RV's were sidelined). Because of the cold and threatening weather we decided to go west ...
... was about 20 minutes late.
Rhys took this time to call his folks, and Brandon and I took the time to beatbox an a capella version of Lady Gaga's Bad Romance and follow Rhys around. Rhys stormed away angrily, and each time he came back we would chase him away with more beatboxy a capella goodness. Once he finished his call, he whipped a container of chapstick at me that he found on the street. Though it missed most of me, it hit a nearby metal pole ...
(With apologies to Carly Simon!) Well, it's not ALL just waiting. There's obsessively checking the weather in Rome; revising the packing list; dithering about which luggage to use; shopping for must-haves, and then returning them...Very important step today: got my husband set up to use Skype! Only one big hurdle remains: SHOES!