Fairfield Inn Visalia
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... serrated peaks along the full length.
Then just as suddenly the mountains stopped and it was extensive flat farmlands. For the following 2 hours we passed almond groves; vineyards; corn crops; mandarins and dairies with huge numbers of black & white cows, many more than we would have on a farm and presumably grain fed as there was no grass. The car was very smooth and comfortable. hard to accept that the outside temp was 103F as the display showed.
We arrived ...
Decided to stay close to home today and rest up before tomorrow's big drive. So I started the day with laundry. Following that we drove the short distance into town and went on a walking tour of downtown Visalia. We spent the afternoon in the campground using the pool, Emma and I played some badminton, I did a workout on their exercise bike and we all enjoyed the games room playing ping pong, air hockey, pool and ...
... he beat me to the finish line. After that we had tea - chicken with rice and beans. As soon as tea was over I helped Mateo build his lego lighthouse with his mum - are mission is to finish it by the end of the week. During this time the dad headed down to the grocery store and once back they showed me around the local area.
16th July I woke up bright and early for camp as we have to be at camp at 8am on a Monday. I originally was told I was doing half days however ...
... National Park. Since there are no roads over that mountain, we had to head south, through Bakersfield, and then up to Visalia. It was basically a travel day. We had Indian food at a nearby place, which was good. No plans to go out for any fireworks so hopefully there won't be any nearby to entice the kids. ...