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Decided to stay close to home today and rest up before tomorrow's big drive. So I started the day with laundry. Following that we drove the short distance into town and went on a walking tour of downtown Visalia. We spent the afternoon in the campground using the pool, Emma and I played some badminton, I did a workout on their exercise bike and we all enjoyed the games room playing ping pong, air hockey, pool and ...
... 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 ...
... the bases and at the end they were playing this 2 hour baseball movie - I would be surprised if anyone stayed as by the time the game finished it was almost 11pm and the game started at 7pm.
21st July Despite having the opportunity to lie in I still couldn't manage it so around 7am I decided to go for a run around the block, this was my first run all week as it gets too hot here in the afternoon and I can't really fit it in in the mornings. After my run I got ready as ...
This morning started off cold, it was 42 degrees at 7:00, but warmed up nicely to 70 degrees by 9:00. The trip today took us west on CA Rt 120, to CA 49 South, 132 East and CA Rt 99 South. We both felt relieved and more relaxed when we finally left the mountains behind and entered the valley. Along Rt 132 we passed through beautiful rolling country with golden brown grass that ...
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