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Travel Blogs from Coalinga
... via Kettleman City for stopover
We plan to leave at about 9:00 and should arrive at our stopover about 4:30 pm with allowance for a couple of stops.
I got up at 6:00am to go to the casino just to have a quick go, I only took $20 to play with and pretty much lost it all, I won $10 at the end and called it quits after such a big win, bought a coffee and krispy creme. I wandered around the streets for 30 minutes before heading back to wake the ...
So we started today off with another hike around 'mirror lake' its called this because you can see the mountains surrounding it in the lake, like a mirror - unfortunately though due to the time of year there is no water there.
Our walk was another 4.8 miles and took us around a rock fall that happened in 2009 which they are only just allowed to start moving now.
We also walked to Yosemite falls but this ...
... California Historical Landmark 344, near the intersection of what are now State Routes 33 and 198, marks the approximate site of his headquarters, Arroyo de Cantua, where he was slain.
Coalinga gets its first load of Model T cars, about 1914
In the early years of railroading, before the extensive development of oil production in California, the steam locomotives were powered by the burning of coal obtained from ...
... something I need to work on.
Also, I suck at relationships. I have such little time in these schools interacting with these people, and yet I forget the impact I could have. I'm timid and introverted, when I know He has not given me a spirit of fear!
God I pray for boldness, and a heart that reaches out to all I encounter.
... invention and thinking outside the box. An above ground aqueduct or man made river has been constructed to connect resevoirs and natural stream beds that travel over 600 miles from the mountains to the cities on the coast. Everyone benefits. My pix show one of these resevoirs. You can see the "river aqueduct" every once in a while in the upcoming photos as we travel through the mountains and valleys. Ahhh...finally out of the valley ...