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... Drove longer than we have for quite awhile and did a little longer than expected. Tulare was Denis' goal and it was to be about 504 km. but probably in the end we did maybe 550 km or so with missing Victorville and then the side trip to the Refuge.
We connected to the 395 and travelled north to the 58 West, stopping at the Rest area near Boron. With a street named Twenty ...
... the reason why. It was broken apart into several sections and I saw two box cars overturned and falling down the slope of the hill. I took out my trusty Iphone and discovered that two trains had derailed at this very place 3 weeks ago.
We finally passed through the curtain that divides the Mojave Desert and the lush agricultural land of the San Joaquin Valley. And we drove past miles of citrus groves, grain fields, vineyards, and ...
Woke up to snow capped mountains, picture perfect Christmas trees dappled with white and enough of the stuff for at least one snow ball fight. Quick pics and on the bus, followed by train down south to Hanford then an extremely expensive taxi with a cockeyed uncompromising driver to Three Rivers. This is one cute town with galleries, candy stores, jerky stand and a doll store with at least 500 babushka dolls. Our B&B hosts are Ozzie and Eva, kind of kooky couple ...
... with small trees. Further down the road we passed many nut and fruit tree orc**********g with many large farming operations. In Fresno we took a detour to find a Sam's Club store for some much needed supplies. At 5:00 we stopped in Tulare CA, at Sun & Fun RV Park, for the evening; luckily we were able to get a site long enough so that we did not need to unhitch the camper.
... for 30 years, so we felt pretty privileged really. We ended up at Three Rivers, a small California town at the southern end of the Sequioa NP, found a really nice RV park beside the Kaweah River. Long overdue shower, nice shady trees, friendly people. One old guy Graham was talking to, who lives here, in a permanent trailer,said he wouldn't move even if he won a hundred million in Lotto. He said he has wildlife walking past his window every morning, even bob cats and ...