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Travel Blogs from Reedley
May 25th – Day 21
Today was a really quiet day. After
spending 10 hours walking the Strip yesterday we needed some down
time, especially Ben with his sore shoulder. We were able to extend
our stay at Duck Creek and started the day late with bacon and eggs
for brunch. Ben and Josh spent the afternoon resting and watching
movies, the girls and I spent 3-4 hours by the pool. ...
... Japanese Tea Garden, all their gorgeous parks, the beaches and the Arts Museum.
Upon staying a few days in the city, we realized that, if we wanted to move around and get to see other cities and destinations in Northern California, it maybe was a better idea to stay in another city with a lower cost of living. Since San Francisco is such a beautiful city, and it’s insanely popular among tourists, it can be very pricy, especially ...
... and Nick rewired the TV connection. It was nice to have some down time and get caught up on some chores.
Then we ran errands. We went to Target and JCPenny. Nick needed some new shorts (Old people need new shorts when their current shorts hang too low on their waist and their butts aren't big enough to hold them up!) and we needed to do some restocking of beer and water. Brenda and Stan love Trader Joes, so we ...
... disguised by accordions playing at music hour. Leaving papier mache heads in their cells they escaped. Officially no one ever succeeded in escaping Alcatraz but these guys were never found and were listed as “missing and presumed drowned”. I like to think that they were successful and are now living the life of leisure on some remote beach. There were several “dark cells” in D block where prisoners would be kept in ...
... to take a 15 min or so drive to the town of Exeter, pop approx 10,000. We wandered around the downtown where the claim to fame is some truly amazing murals painted on the buildings - there were a few dozen of them, very nicely done. We had supper at a diner - finally had a 'homemade' meal with mashed potatoes and a glass of milk...if I recall I had turkey and Darrin had a hot roast beef - it was HUGE! But so nice after what felt like days ...