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Travel Blogs from Coalinga
Always have to stop at Harris Ranch when driving the I-5.
Harris Ranch is half-way between home and destination. Perfect stop for a meal.
I had a cheeseburger with sweet potato fries and a side of homemade jalapeņo catsup. So good.
But next time I must order a ...
... headed back to the RV as we needed to get going. By the time we were ready it was just about 11:00am - time for check out anyway.
We headed out of town and said goodbye to Las Vegas - city of sin.
First stop was to get fuel, as we approached the service station we saw signs saying that there were massive delays on the highway, there wasn't much we could do as it was pretty much the only route. When we got fuel the guy inside said the highway ...
... in 1899. The city incorporated in 1906.
Coalinga's water was so mineral-laden that potable water had to be brought in by railroad in tanker cars from Armona, California. For many years, "Armona Water" was the only water residents could drink. Coalinga was one of only a few towns in the United States that had three taps — one for hot water, one for cold water, and one for drinking water. Finally, in ...
... well only $10 and Denis wanted me to spend that. What's $10 he says... I say it's the fact I'm leaving up for the first time this trip. Beautiful casino & location.
Hwy. 41 is mostly 2 lanes, one in each direction -- rolling hills, green with large boulders and rock out croppings.... very, very pretty -- a detour for sure but what a pretty one and we both earned t-shirts plus did I mention I left ...
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