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... to experience but it
wasn't somewhere we wanted to stay overnight. So we headed to Fresno
and then stopped at a Pilot Truck Stop in Madera, just outside of
Fresno. It was chock full of trucks and we ended up parking on the
road outside. Thankfully I had the eye mask and ear buds to hide the
sound of a hundred idling trucks. They go all night long.
Surprisingly, we all slept ok.
... good place to grab a few gifts for Kaitlin, she's turning 10
on the 29th and I also bought an eye mask and ear buds to
cut out the light and noise from staying in a car park. The downsides
of freedom camping like this is you can't cool down so all the air
vents and windows were open for as long as possible to cool us down.
Still, sleeping in a sheet was all we needed. It was quieter than I
... of the roads, and their fruits and vegetables kept getting tastier (and cheaper) every mile you drive. A free navigation app can help you drive around the area without getting lost. A little south from San Francisco there’s a town that is entirely devoted to artichokes, with very large artichoke plantations in front of the ocean.
When driving up and down the west coast, we always ended up stopping several times to get out of the car ...
... of exhibits with a Mexican Halloween influence.
The drive to Kings Canyon included the most amazing sunset as we climbed into the mountains. We arrived at the lodge at 7.30 and were told we needed to book for dinner, and we were given a slot about 20 minutes to half an hour later. We turned up at 8.15pm to find the restaurant closed and the nearest food a Mexican roadside truck at the bottom of the range. We settled for some reheated beans and apple pie ...
... at Butterfly and then walked up to Fisherman’s Wharf to hire bikes to cycle the Golden Gate bridge. The ride was a lot longer than I was expecting as I didn’t factor in that we had to cycle to the bridge to actually be able to go across it. However, it was a great route to the bridge and nice way to explore a bit more of San Fran.
We stopped a lot on route to take photos and look around. One of the best spots was right at ...
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