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TRAVEL CLUB BRIEFS

Happy Trails Travelers

April 13 – Reno Cal-Neva

May 11 – Reno Cal-Neva



June 15 – Reno Cal-Neva

For information and reservations, call Laura 273-9641




The Roadrunners

April 13 – Bargain hunting at Denio’s in Roseville followed by a visit to an old fashioned Ice Cream Parlor in old town Roseville.

April 24 – IMAX double feature (Hurricane in the Bayou and The Alps), no host lunch at Joe’s Crab Shack in old town Sacramento.

June 18-29 – National Parks trip including Jackson Hole, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Mt. Rushmore and Black Hills, Cody, Estes Park, Vail, with plenty of time to see the sights. Motorcoach transportation, includes many meals, three star accommodations. Call Ronnie for more information.

July 18 – Napa Valley Wine Train

For more information please call: Ronnie, 272-1830 or 205-6157; Hallie, 272-5467; or Lucille, 273-6776.

49’er Travel Club

May 6 Ð Exploring the Delta. Tule Queen II with a naturalist, lunch in Rio Vista. Deadline April 1.

June 20 Ð Wine Cheese & Chocolate. Hershey’s, Hilmar Cheese, Delacato Winery, buffet lunch.

July 30 Ð August 8 Ð Yellowstone. Cody Rodeo and Western dinner, Grand Tetons, Jackson, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, National Museum of Wildlife Art, more.

Sept. 5-6 Ð Chukchansi Resort Casino. Forestiere Underground Gardens, Gouda Cheese Factory, Stockton Waterfront, cash back & food credit.

Sept. 12-25 Ð Australia and New Zealand. Exceptional price includes airfare from SFO. Call for brochure.

Sept. 15-20 Ð Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit. Balboa Park and San Diego History Museum. Overnight at Rosarito Beach Hotel in Mexico, tour of nearby Fox Studios where Titanic was filmed, Midway Aircraft Carrier, Wm. S. Hart Ranch, and more.

For more information, contact Anne Miranda at 273-3494


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