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... IMMEDIATELY. We look at each other and Stan, with the moves of a fighter pilot, landed this big rig safely in one swift move to the side of the road! Nick, who was traveling behind us had to pull some similar moves out of his own hat to follow suit. Nick was at the door of our coach in the blink of an eye and the two of them began the task of figuring out what had happened. With their heads buried as far as they would go into the engine they emerge with ...
... recharge our cell phones and computers and, of course, wifi. When we pulled into Bakersfield, we usually just find a McDonalds and "borrow" their wifi to find out whats available in the area. The closest one we found was only about 5 miles away, so off we went. We arrived at 5:01 pm, and the office closed at 5:00. There was a sign that said, find an open site, and stop back and pay in the morning when the office ...
... our 1st cooking lesson, this is a hands-on lesson in making Chili Rellenos. They will show me how making gluten free. In the afternoon we will walk a bit on the Santa Fe Trail then eat at The Shed.
Friday is a ...
... onions and garlic, a little red wine to deglaze the pan, diced canned tomatoes, fresh oregano thyme basil, and pinion nuts.
Thurs: Warm Quinoa Salad; quinoa, artichoke hearts, canned garbanzo beans, pinion nuts and sun dried tomatoes
Friday: Salmon Shepherd’s Pie; a layer of carrots and canned corn, then a layer of canned salmon, then a heap of mashed potatoes, the instant kind.
Saturday: Canned pinto beans and corn over rice with fresh chilies.
... It just was not feasible to stop safely to take pictures.
We drove most of the day through the Mojave Desert. And the only constant was that it was arid and hot. But the landscape changed often. At first we were looking at sand and dirt with dead or dying scrub. Later it was like sand dunes on a beach, yellow in color with living plant life and some trees. Later it was golden sand dunes, with swirling patterns caused by the wind. ...