Vagabond Inn Bakersfield South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... we forgot to go back.
TUESDAY 5/13-Today is suppose to be hot so we decided to go to the southern portion of the Sequoia National Forest Lower portion that is outside of town. Heading east the landscape and hills were barren and brown....until we went over the last hill into the valley before entering the SNF and what was there?? Acres and acres of crops. There was a sea of green among all the brown soil. We learned ...
... in an area outside the small desert town of Mohave. I'll have to research that a bit further to find out more.
We started climbing from the Mohave Desert floor into the lower end of the Sierra Mountains and when we reached the top and began to descend, our surrounding countryside changed dramatically. Green grass in the pastures, large trees with bright green leaves and acres and acres of irrigated ...
... retirement getaway with some good champagne to celebrate.
Unfortunately the company I do lots of storm work for has asked for me to work on several occasions but due to vacations I’d turned them down. I thought about going for a minute and realized that if I turned them down this time I’d maybe take myself out of their good graces. So I said yes.
When a Cat adjuster agrees to go work a storm they have about 48 hours to get on site. I ...
... ongoing liquidation sales trying to eliminate all of the inventory from both shops. It took longer than we had hoped but we finally got it down to the nitty-gritty by mid April.
Over the months that I was there, I was also able to visit with my daughter Karen and her kids Ryan (almost 21) and Cheyenne (almost 15) in West Hills (in the San Fernando Valley) and my son Carlos, ...
Yesterday I went and picked up our visas from the Chinese Consulate. This was quite an adventure and I wanted to blog about it but fell asleep with the computer on my lap last night. My friend Charlene Worth had called earlier and had questions about obtaining a visa for her son. In the end I offered to turn the applications in for her son and his 2 friends. She brought everything over in time for me to leave. I left early in the morning hoping to beat the afternoon ...