Irwin Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning after breakfast Steve had work so we decided to do the free walking tour that Jessie had read about yesterday. It started at 11am and we'd heard on reviews that not too many people are on it but it was well worth it. We started at Union Station which is where different scenes from a variety of movies have been filmed such as Catch Me If You Can and ...
... for Shirley she didn't get to see a Golden Eagle either! So next on the agenda was the drive from Sequoia National Park to Ridgecrest which is the next place on our way over to Vegas! We turned on our trusty sat nav, who we've been calling Dora (after Dora the Explorer) and wow did Dora live up to her name tonight!! She took us on the most remote road ever, we saw the same number of deer as we did cars, 3!!! And this road was tiny and was winding this way ...
... we started talking the whole restaurant stopped to listen to us chat, just prior the place was a hive of talking with families and others chatting, but the place fell silent when we were talking to this guy who had heard of Australia only through TV, they obviously hadn't had many if any Aussie here before, it was like a small ghost town so fair enough i guess.
Well we stayed at a little Inn called Executuve Inn, it was reasonably priced but had a bit ...
Recently I went with Larry Mattingly to Richland, Washington where he had some business to conduct. While we were there we took the "B Reactor Tour" at the old Hanford Nuclear facility.
The "B" reactor was the worlds first full size atomic reactor and was assembled to make the element Plutonium. ...
... trees die of disease, fungi, etc. but nothing hurts the Big Tree. Barring accidents, it seems to be immortal. Chemicals in the wood and bark provide resistance to insects and fungi, and thick bark insulates them from most fire. The main cause of sequoia deaths is toppling. They have a shallow root system with no taproot. Soil moisture, root damage, and strong winds can lead to ...