Best Western Tradewinds
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to California where the evidence of drought is everywhere. Lake Isabella is a shadow of her former self. Not really a shadow, a ghost. An eyesore if you are cynical. The road on 178 was eye opening. We came from the low brush (but very green with lots of little flowers) into California where it immediately went gold, as in brown and dry. As we increased our elevation we started to see Joshua Trees galore then conifers. When I was ...
... Castle, and onto San Fran, apparently the traffic is even worse there. Good thing we have the NavMan ( marriage saver) to get us through! A lot colder at Morro Bay, had to get the jeans and Jumper out, before we went out for a walk and dinner, and we are not even in San Fran yet! Hope all well at home, Quentin and Jess don't forget to water the plants and eat the mandarins. Love Mum and Dad ...
... look great we love them. And a must is also to go into one of the Danish Bakeries and get a Danish with a coffee – what better to do that in front of a windmill.
And don’t let us forget that we visited the little Mermaid from Hans Christian Anderson.
On the way here we pass rolling green hills, you feel like back in Germany – so the Danish town ...
... to autozone and changed the oil in the parking lot! Then went to the farmers market and had fresh tri tip sandwiches. Now why don’t they have them in NC? They were awesome. Fresh corn too. And got a peck of strawberries. Then we drove out to oceano dunes and when we drove on the beach we almost got stuck! When we parked I pulled about 50 or 75 feet farther than I thought necessary and it was a good thing as the water came up to about 15’ of the truck at high tide. ...
... cliffs that you are situated under are known for being brittle and causing unexpected rock-slides," Wade continues, adding to Johnny's warning about my chosen spot.
"I'm glad you took the risk of offending me about my lack of knowledge of the dangers in this area. As far as I'm concerned you saved my life, or at the very least from being in between a rock and a wet place." I curse my ignorance of the tell-tale sign of the kelp, not to mention failing ...