Vagabond Inn Bakersfield South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a broken engine serpentine belt. It's time to make a call to Good SAMs Roadside assistance. We were dead in the water. By this time of the day, which was around noon, it was about 103 so it was time to turn on the generator, put in a movie and get something to drink (non-alcoholic of course) because it was going to be a long day. After many phone calls with a tech the decision was made that parts weren't available to fix it on site and would have to be next ...
... just one ghost that chose to move with her and shows in two consecutive pics. Ooopppsss. She now says she has the ghost in another. I;ll let her make comments when she posts to the last blog entry. My baby loves the possibilities of seeing ghosts.
After checking road conditions and closings in the Sequoia and Yosemite National parks last night, it appears we may NOT be able to view all that ...
... is the first year without our Sunny since she was 5 years old when we went up 395 to Mammoth. We will be missing her!
I sat down with each of the kids and they decided what they wanted to cook for their day so at this point I’ve got the route planned, kids meals planned and expenses projected. I really now must get my meals planned so that I can make a complete shopping list for tomorrow.
... and knew that Lake Isabella in the Sequoia National Forest east of Bakersfield made for a convenient stop at around 300 miles.
Lake Isabella is perched deep in the Sequoia area and the road follows the Kern river from outside of Bakersfield, cutting through the area and then depositing you near Indian Wells on the other side. It's hella better to look at than going all ...
... or whatever else one needs there. The room was full of Chinese old and young, Americans of all races and ages and Buddhist monk looking people. We took our number, A-198; there are numbers for visas, passports, and a couple other things but don't remember. We found seats and got comfy, as comfy as one can get on a metal seat anyway. We saw that they were only on the A-140's, a long way to go. By 1:15 they were ...