Friday, May 21, 2010

Biking, Softball, and Sacramento

Last week I traveled down to Sacramento, California for training. While I was there I got to do a little sight seeing of the capital and Old Sacramento (the original town from the early 1900s which is now a big tourist trap). Sacramento is known as the "City of Trees" and they definitely have a lot of old growth trees throughout the downtown area. While there are some good restaurants and bars, it didn't seem like there was very much to do.
Even though Sacramento is about 50 miles inland, we still managed to find a Sea Lion on the docks by the river.

When I got back on Friday we played in our first Co-Ed Softball game. We lost 18-7, but had some fun! Rebekah played Catcher while I played Left Field and Pitcher. Our next game is this Wednesday and we will keep you up to date with how we do. I will also make sure to take pictures of Rebekah in some softball "action" shots.

On Sunday we biked the entire Tony Knowles Coastal Trail (#16 on the list). It was a nice day and the first chance we had to go biking this summer. We started down in Kincaid Park and biked up along the coast to downtown Anchorage where we had a car waiting to drive us back.

This weekend we are going camping in Kenai, so expect some pictures and another post early next week.


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