Comfort Suites Bakersfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pool, the nuts. Happily we settled in, cooked our dinner, enjoyed a long hot shower, and after talking to a few lonely Americans with their dogs, about their ex wives (can understand why), we switched off for the night! Here we could leave early the next morning, and head to Sequoia where we could hopefully nab a first come first serve camping spot in the ...
... with that assignment. So now I’m going to get a taste of what some of my co-workers did.
I’ve already packed, pretty unusual for me; usually I’m finishing up as I dash off to the airport. But I’m packed; got a large duffle bag, a large wheeled suitcase, a wheeled carry-on, camera backpack, purse and a tote bag. Each of the large bags is just ounces less than
50#’s. The wheeled carry-on is over 35#.
I strap ...
Finally, we are on the road! 3 little kids in car seats in the back seat of our truck, 2 adults and 2 big kids in the RV. We gave the 2 big kids Dale's laptop and Justin brought his, so they will use the hotspot card we have and be online until we lose our signal, an hour or so up I-5. I have a hotspot in my phone so we have that here in the truck for my laptop.
Getting ready was such a chore, had a bunch of laundry to do ...
... Wacky Wednesday again which unfortunately didn't take up as much time as I had hoped. The day dragged on as usual so I couldn't wait for camp to be over. We then went again for Caesars palace before heading back home. Once I headed back home I chilled out by the pool before we went to a local baseball batting cage. It was such a destresser especially after looking after the little ones all day. Once I arrived back to the house I had to quickly get changed ...
... ahead of the group, trying to maintain a good distance between us, as I knew I’d struggle to keep walking if I could see people getting further ahead of me, I also wanted to keep my heavy breathing and red face to myself. I managed to stay ahead until the first set of benches, which was about a mile of the way, but was forced to take off my jumper as the sun beating down had made for a little trickle of sweat on my neck, and a nice bright red face too. A few of ...