Crossland Economy Studios - Sacramento - Point East Dr.
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... that had blown in during the night.
We packed up, grabbed our lunches, and high-tailed it out of Barstow for good. So long, Route 66!
The next six hours were spent driving through what can only be described as the "land where all the stuff in Whole Foods comes from." Truly, the middle of California, pushed up against the Sierra Nevada Mountains, but inland from the Pacific, is one of the largest agricultural ...
... a week. This thing was served on a flour tortilla which was bigger than the plate itself, and piled so high I could barely see Ben across the table. Suffice to say, this salad was spread over three more plates of food over the next couple of days.
The next day was a pool day as Ben had to work and I was pretty tired from my travels. By 11 am I had spotted my first black widow, who had also decided to have a chilled out day relaxing by ...
Today we flew from NYC's JFK airport to Phoenix, AZ. Then from AZ to California!! The second we got here me and Livvy jumped into the pool. We went to Dos Coyotes for dinner and then Yogurtland for dessert. Yum! I'm already used to the time change here, and I think Livvy and Jordan are too. Super excited to get on the road ...
We had an easy drive to Sacramento Int'l Airport (probably because we left at 5 am) under clear, blue skies. After checking in our bags, we waited with our fingers crossed for the TSA screeners to let us know that our inflatable motorcycle “Hit Air” safety vests would be okay in checked luggage. Just when I thought we could relax I ended up getting the full ...
... see, has cerebral palsy. When he was born in 1960, he didn’t start breathing right away, and his parents were told he was brain damaged and should be put in an institution. They kept him at home, and raised him with his three siblings.
Today he is employed at the Kern Assistive Technology Center in Bakersfield, where he helps others find the correct assistive technology to communicate, use a ...