Maple Inn & Suites, Los Banos
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Travel Blogs from Los Banos
... 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
... and the federal pen!
Melissa had given us a Starbucks card that morning and by the afternoon we had already purchased four coffees with it - thanks Melissa! You're great! Starbucks not only has wonderful coffee, but free wireless internet as well - great for updating blogs and checking emails.
Back at Earl's home, we took some pics of the orange and lemon trees ...
... I get the feeling that Mercey HS is what Harbin wants to be but will never achieve. Mercey HS is off the grid, harnessing 3 sources of alternative energy to run the lights. Solar, wind and a generator that runs on recycled cooking oils. How cool is that?
I will definitely return to Mercey HS. The Perseid meteor shower in July/August is already on my calendar. Mercey's location, lack ...
... received a bruise that continued down to the back of my knees, and it took nearly six months to feel completely back to normal in all areas. (A bit of clinical reflexion), sorry Paige. But, I know that I caused major trauma to my prostate, and it evenually healed with no complications. That is it for this morning. I really feel I need a few days to completely heal, as my right shoulder, (where I had a major surgery in 1987), is really sore and I am ...
Today I caught a break at the McConnell State Recreation Area, about 4 mile out of my way, and for the bargain basement price of $3. For my three dollars, I get a camping spot with water, electricity and a fairly deserted area to pitch my tent. Initially,when I arrived, Gabriella, the attendant told me the park was closed, due to a Forest Ranger retirement sleep-over. After I explained my situation and my intent to write about the park, I ...