Comfort Inn Monterey Park
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... loose ends have been tied up (at least the ones that I knew about) and so now I can go...and have fun...and relax and all that kinda stuff with a peaceful mind. The attached photo is today's photo of the day (potd) - we saw the Qantas plane pass by the window as the southwest flight was taxiing to the gate and knew instantly that it was going to be today's photo of the day since it captured both the airlines that we'd be flying today. ...
... Sparky which landed on my shoulder and took a dollar bill out of my hand to give to his trainer which he returned dutifully later in the show! Despite the sogginess it was an awesome day.
Next we were off on our highly anticipated drive from LA to San Francisco via Highway One Coastal road, one of the bucket list roadtrips to do in the States and the world. The weather initially was not kind with more torrential rain, again very un-California like, just ...
... drip coffees all with a little description underneath. Clearly the truckers are discerning around here! We also failed in our attempt to not buy any snacks - again. After crossing into California, it soon got dark, and we still had over 200 miles to go. Monday 27th October. Bakersfield to Plaskett Campground in the hire car. So, we made it to Bakersfield at around 23:00hrs last night with heavy eyelids. We were looking forward to a good nights rest after covering 482 mind ...
... stories we had heard, we never thought it would be as bad as it was. It was difficult to see anything flying in, and we couldn't even see the blue sky. It has improved over our time here though so we must have arrived on a bad day.
The roads are in such bad condition for a city of LA's size. It's like driving in Christchurch after the earthquakes, excepting everyone does at least 10mph over the speed limit in most areas, but more like 20mph on the freeways.
... me. I have to share it with someone. And I have to see if there's anything I can do, knowing full well that I'll probably never see Joseph again.
As I think through our time, some holes in the story emerge and I wonder if I got a heavily edited version. But I'm a reasonable judge of character, and I don't think he was lying. There was too much raw emotion. I'm left with the indelible impression that Joseph is an honourable man. Damaged ...