Fairfield Inn Visalia
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We left LA at about 2pm and found it easy going as the I405 highway north was just near our hotel, along with our GPS and its clear instructions. 10 lane highways that get you away from traffic lights and flow out of the city are great including a dedicated lane for those with 2 or more in the car.
It was interesting driving up through the hills north of LA - so barren and rugged in places. At one part it looked like a real fault line of rugged ...
... are sisters so we are planning on meeting up some days after camp. The mum is called Jennifer whilst the dad is called GianMarco and they have a 6 year old son called Matteo. At first Mateo seemed very quiet but as soon as we hit the house he made me play some games with him - we played operation but a car version - I decided after a while to use my left hand as I was winning with my right. I thought I better hold back my competitiveness - Mateo certainly wasn't and loved ...
We left Las Vegas heading north-- to take us through Death Valley. Supposedly, it only rains twice a year... it rained when we were there... not sure if that's a good omen or a bad one. At any rate, it is indeed a dry and desolate place. We ate a picnic lunch there, and then drove west towards the back-side ...
... for 30 years, so we felt pretty privileged really. We ended up at Three Rivers, a small California town at the southern end of the Sequioa NP, found a really nice RV park beside the Kaweah River. Long overdue shower, nice shady trees, friendly people. One old guy Graham was talking to, who lives here, in a permanent trailer,said he wouldn't move even if he won a hundred million in Lotto. He said he has wildlife walking past his window every morning, even bob cats and ...
... I spent a month painting walls in Seattle in their house while trying to figure out what to do next. In Seattle I had time to think and plan and I am not sure where I would have ended up without their kind and safe hospitality.
Felicia and Katie - Chicago would not have so many great memories if it wasn't for you both.
Bjorn - My colleague who watches out for me to make sure I am ok. He even shifted furniture into ...