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There are angels on every corner of this world. Denise and Noel are the kind of people we travel to meet. Good hearts and a smile for a stranger. Thank you both for the hospitality and thank you Noel for the awesome jade necklaces. We will wear them proudly.
And with that tidbit, we're on down the road again.
... find something. I was determined to follow Bobby's instructions and keep going though. So I thanked him and continued. Shortly after that I stopped at a deli. I ordered some juice and a snack and charged my phone. It was almost 7 at this point and dusk was closing in on me. I was worried I would not make it to the nacimiento rd that I was looking before darkness. I again asked the guy behind the counter if he know where I could spend the night. We looked at me and said ...
... care to avoid the burnt out UR’d Audis and BMWs!). Unsurprisingly, the temperature was very low as the road between the Sequioa Park and the adjacent Kings Canyon one had only just been opened due to snow. After that I stopped off for a delicious tuna melt lunch and bought the biggest cherry Danish pastry I’ve ever seen - see photo on Facebook. After making ...
... expect to get busy with the extreme heat that’s predicted this weekend. We visited for awhile longer and then went on our way to Hollister for food and a beer.
I did a search and found the Hollister Hills Brewery. We weren’t sure they served food, but if not, we’d have a beer and find another restaurant. It was located in a strip mall and took us awhile to track it down. It’s a small brewery, reminds me of some of ...
... were told the police were very quick to move overnighters along, and found ourselves in a campsite shaded by huge redwoods right near a charming creek. We spent the afternoon at a beach (America sucks and charges people to visit beaches, but our State Park campground fee covered us for that day and the next day for all State Beaches – another good reason to stay at the campground!) and had an early night.