Travel Blogs from Bakersfield
Needless to say, a good time was had by all last night with my bestie Ramona, and Tammy and Lori. Thank you all so much for the food, the love and the laughter. Totally makes this hangover worth it. Can't wait to visit where you don't have travel across the street to smoke....lol. I can't believe I didn't take one picture though.
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... stations even if they have diesel fuel available because of height and maneuverability issues. So, you're only option is a truck stop and boy is that a whole different process. You pull in and all the lanes go one direction. You pick a lane and get in line. When it's your turn at the pump you look to see what your pump number is then you go inside, stand in a long line, and tell the cashier how much fuel you need. Yes, you have to pre-calculate the gallons ...
... and made our way to I-15.
The distance from Las Vegas to the California border was only about 50 miles. On the way, we could see a large mountain range ahead of us, at first difficult to see due to the distance, and hidden by fog, smog or dust. The further we drove, the closer we were to the mountains (duh).
The instant we crossed the California/Nevada border the speed of all of the vehicles went ...
Thanks to the friends and relatives who voted for me, our Santa Fe trip is becoming a reality.
Several months ago the Santa Fe School of Cooking, http://santafeschoolofcooking.com had a contest; it was a photo contest with the ...
So we will see if this hurricane and the earthquake will produce some work. If it does We will work as long as possible and then plan to head north, maybe visit some family, go into Canada then head home.
I’d gotten a really early start on packing and thought we’d be able to get a good night sleep but alas, there are too many things to check and take care of before leaving for an indefinite time. It’s already 1:30a.m. and 5 a.m. will come too ...
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