Days Inn Barstow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I expected them to be far better at. After a hearty meal, we headed down CA-1 along 90 miles of wilderness along a coast known as the Big Sur. Towns are non-existent. The road twists and turns along the edge of 500-900 foot tall cliffs, overlooking rocks and kelp forests in the crashing sea below. The hills are a golden color, but are accented by red and orange and yellow wildflowers and sea plants. Monterey cypress trees are the most noticeable vegetation, ...
... We met a great lady named Sandra, who sold us some great trinkets!
From there we toured the Casa del Desierto. The first place I have seen that my beautiful wife would really enjoy. It is one of the famous restored Harvey Houses, which was a huge fancy hotel in the early 1900's. Harvey was famous for his Harvey Girls. They could serve dinner to 96 men in 25 minutes. ...
... family turbine is somewhere in the neighborhood of 10-15 years.
Follows are a few road going pics and a few of those I took at the ghost town. Hope they are interesting.
Tomorrow a few pics of some beeegg trees.
Just a little aside here. Thanks to our wonderful son and daughter-in-law for buying us dinner at the Olive Garden here in Bakersfield, Ca.
3940 miles since leaving home.
... of years of the shifting and upheaval of the Earth's crust. The rock walls hold fossils and an abundance of minerals and has shades of red, brown, green and white.
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Living our dream,
Debbie and Rusty Batt
... was, we all had the freaking chicken! We didn't have a choice you muppets" So now we're actually in a real life version of the film "airplane" I was half expecting Leslie Nielsen to walk out and another 30 to 40 people to fall ill but thankfully this is where the madness stopped. No more casualties. Pheeeeww. The rest of the flight was pretty normal and before we knew it we were touching down in sunny LAX. Security was the normal 3 hour shuffle through a queue ...