Extended Stay America - Bakersfield - California Avenue
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had time to think thru some of what we need to take, starting lists of things to pack.
Our German friend, Dieter, couldn't reach me thru email. He had to copy his email onto my facebook page with info which included where we will meet and when. I’ve had to rethink how I respond as Facebook responses are very tedious.
We had a last minute claim in Burney then had to drive all the way up to the Northern ...
... didn’t have too much to do.
I’d gotten a late morning flight, probably not the greatest idea but I thought that it would give me time at home and still get into New York at about 9pm. I got a room at the Extended Stay; a friend had already arranged a good rate for us adjusters. It was about 20 min from the meeting on Friday a.m.
Dale dropped me off at the airport with my 2 large bags, each about 50#, plus roll carry on, Ferrari ...
... the RV, we reviewed the situation together. Carpet was soaked, water in the heater ducting meaning that it was also likely under the vinyl.
We ripped out the carpet and the wet parts of the vinyl and tore out the felt in the basement. In our favor was the fact that it was a very hot day with a great breeze. We left the basement doors open as well as every other door and window so that everything actually dried quickly.
Monday morning I called out ...
... to Mary who gives us all sorts of advice about the Valley and Parumph, the nearest town on the other side of the desert, which is the only place in the U.S. that has legalised prostitution. I'm not sure why she's telling us this. She also tells us that it is developing in to something of a retirement community. I ask whether this is since the introduction of Viagra. She'd never made that conne tion, but it amuses her now to think of it. ...
... few metres up to the waterfall to see a gush of spray heading our way as the cameras got a little wash before heading back to the van. It wasn’t quite up to the standard of Multnomah Falls, either in the spray or the photogenic qualities, definitely not a must, but good to pop to if in the area. Another stop followed about two minutes later, just as we were all settled in the van, at a tunnel lookout over the valley, now this was very picturesque, although the photos ...