Vagabond Inn Bakersfield North
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We have to stop at the Agricultural Inspection Station. We are usually asked if we have any citrus so I threw away my lemons & oranges! This time we were only asked where we had travelled from - very strange!!
After another fun time at the truck stop filling up with fuel, we got on the road. It was early, 6:30ish. Our plan was to get through the desert before it got too hot.
What glorious scenery. We went through the Mohave desert, while it was bland in certain points, it was beautiful. Does that make sense? Bland and beautiful? There were areas of flat land with scrub trees and sagebrush and tumble weeds. And there were the mountains, like huge piles ...
... and the weather was clear and sunny all the way, making for a great trip! We stopped at Rolling Hills Casino in Corning, always the first place we have margaritas in the sunshine (everyone cheered as the temperature gauges in our trucks hit 20+ degrees!). We treated ourselves to the delicious buffet dinner and played our free slot money, Anakas winning $8, Shaws $18.40 and Kanesters a record-breaking $55 ...
... did get to see some interesting redwoods and the remains of fallen trees baring roots or burn scars. They do run a tram to see the entire area, but it was not running today due to the weather conditions.
From there we traveled toward Yosemite Village, passing the famed El Capitan. From inspiration point we were able to view El Capitan, Half Dome and Cathedral Mountain. Driving on we passed Bridal Veil Falls.
Geez, so now that we are planning to go to New Mexico next week, yes next week, I realized that our San Francisco trip will make things really crazy.
We were not planning to go to the Fancy Foods Expo this year but then our sons asked if we'd drive the guys up, babysit kids during show hours and then the guys could have a place to sleep in our RV. This would save our son, Nate, a bunch of money. We said yes thinking that ...