Extended Stay America - Bakersfield - Chester Lane
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... Guess that settled that question!
I’ve also thought that it might be fun to go to tea in either Banff, Lake Louise or Vancouver. Tea and little sandwiches, she will believe she is a princess.
We are looking forward to spoiling our granddaughter completely and then she can go home! That is what grand parenting is all ...
... too damns up at Lake Isabella were put there for agricultural purposes and then coming back on our return trip coming into the valley all the water is diverted and that is why there is no water in the Kern River by us.
As we went up in altitude more trees and greenery appeared. When we started into the NF it was a tight 2 lane road and then it became a 4 lane highway. I guess that is a shortcut from Nevada thru DV and ...
... farmlands and orange groves. Also, the temperature dropped from the 90's to the 70's. It was like we drove into another world, a very nice world. Thousands of huge wind turbines lined the ridge tops. An awesome visual spectacle.
Onward into the city of Bakersfield. The first order of business was to find a campground. We don't ask for much, a space large enough for fit our "RV," a picnic table, ...
... This is a home that we found when Taos dreaming last year. The Mega Millions was really high and times here were not so it was easy to take a couple of hours to dream. I got on-line and found a house that screamed our names: ...
... oranges; I cooked and peeled 2 eggs. I have an apple and a gluten free bar. Should make it to Petaluma without starving.
It will be good to see our little 16 month old. She apparently is excited to see her gama and points to the room I stayed in when there.
I’ll drive home tomorrow night picking up other grandkids on the way home. Wish me ...