Vagabond Inn Bakersfield South
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free airport shuttle
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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As we drive through the Mohave Desert there are some wonderful views of the colourful mountains. It always amazes me how beautiful the desert is. So I thought I'd share it with ...
... sand. Ok, I know that is difficult to imagine. Guess you have to see it to understand it. So on the bright side, it was beautiful.
The Bad: We came down through the mountains following Brenda and Stan. Nick was doing a great job not riding the brakes. And there was no concern about taking the runaway ramp....oh that's right, there weren't any! A few miles on to the flat land, now in California, Nick kinda mutters under his breath "there's water coming out". ...
... do a mini version of a grandkids trip in combination.
So I thought that the Fancy Food’s was Sat, Sun and Monday; we’d leave here on Friday and return home Monday night then fly to New Mexico on Wed a.m. and all would be hunky dory. Wrong! Fancy Food’s is Sun, Monday and Tuesday meaning that we will drive home from San Francisco on Tuesday night then fly on Wed 6a.m.
Well commitments have ...
So having been home for a few weeks it is now time to start major planning on our upcoming road trip as we leave on Sat. Talk about putting things off until the last minute.
Last year on our way home from Alaska a wheel bearing burned up and Dale patched it enough to make it home. We took the RV into the shop finally and found that all 4 wheels needed repairs, the fridge vent cover was falling apart ...
... around Bakersfield and only cost another 30 minutes of time.
The lake is beautiful but the campground, aptly named "Paradise Cove" is desolate. The ranger station is literally boarded up. There are no instructions for self registering and the place where you would usually leave your camp fees is taped over. All indications are that it is closed to business, yet there ...