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Travel Blogs from Tulare
... We went on the "congress trail" which took us over an hour through this stunning tall forest of Sequoia trees. We even found a pile of snow - so a small snowball fight ensued! We had a picnic lunch after the walk and made our way down the mountain. Apart from Olivia feeling a bit car sick it was a wonderful excursion. We are all happily chilling at the house before dinner and heading off to Squaw Valley ...
... she kept hearing 3 when I said 2. The phone call took twice as long as it should have.
We have trained ourselves to ask for things in American - bathroom or rest rooms, fries, gas (petrol), propane (gas) etc. we are even using this language amongst ourselves.
I have also noticed that it is the real Americans who don 't understand me but the foreigners do. Possibly they are more used to accents as strange as ours.
... old piece of Route 66 so that is always alright in our books. At Helendale, we turned westward and connected with the 395 that we were to take north from Victorville. Helendale was also good to see as there is at least one timeshare there that often has openings. It's kind of a neat place as it has fingers of water, like dead-end canals at one end of what I think might be a lake. ...
... second time…the Mojave Airplane Graveyard, which is clearly visible from CA-58. And we saw a gold mine in Monolith. It just looked like a huge pile of yellow dirt.
As we passed through the Sierras in southern California, we saw train tracks hugging the mountain sides and weaving along, sometimes around and sometimes through them. And I saw a freight train. And it was stopped. I followed it with my eyes along its path ...
... to assign people into groups - I was placed in a house just outside of Long Beach in Cerritos with the mum Kenya and dad Matthew and their kids Maya, Aline and Clayton - Kenya's brother Kenny also came to pick me up. We then got to know each other in the car journey which was about 15 minutes long. Not long after we arrived we had tea - a family friend also popped round unexpectedly and had tea with us - it was like these tv programmes you watch and people come in from nowhere.
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