Maple Inn & Suites, Los Banos
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... stopped at 438 miles for the day. Not bad by any
standards, but we wanted to do more. The wind picked up and blew
Chris around. For some reason I was ok, but we are thinking it might
have something to do with the fairing, tourpack and/or trailer. He
has it all. Wish we could have taken some pictures a long the way,
but even Mt Shasta was shy today, she was covered in clouds. So the
only picture we have today is our Motel 6 Campround. You can see how
... ahead. The scenery contrasts to the stark nothingness of I-5. There are golden rolling hills splashed with olive green tinges. Patches of wild flowers were in bloom, an occasional farmstead broke up the vast seemingly endless countryside, it turned out to be a very peaceful drive.
Upon arriving at Mercey HS, we were greeted by a row of Ironwood trees and a few scrub oak. There were ...
... sleep the seat was uncomfortable as I was travelling in the economy class. Landed at Newark, NJ just to realize that my bags were in that luggage that was taken off the plane and was going be sent in by next flight. I missed my connecting flight. The guy who had come to pick me up in SanFrancisco had left. I missed the 2nd connecting flight to SanFrancisco because the domestic terminal was very far from ...
... If the wheel is turned one revolution, I think?, or less, the generation mode kicks into the highest setting, 4, and an alarm is set off. It would be difficult if not impossible to ride off with the bike and trailer and since the whole rig weighs about 90 pounds, picking it up and throwing the whole thing into a pickup truck would be difficult. Last night was the first night that I used the alarm function and I am curious as to the amount of ...
... I took the chance and asked him to hang up and let me explain. He agreed and hung up the Phone. I explained that my complete name was on my license, that I have gone by the shortened version of Stephen, Steve, my whole life, and that was why Steve was on my credit card. He was insistent that Stephen was pronounced "Stefan" and that Steve was definitely not a shortened version of that name. I admit, I raised my voice and told him that he was wrong and that if he had been born ...