Good Nite Inn Camarillo
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Greetings all from La La Land, well actually Woodland Hills, CA but close enough. At this point we are as far West as we will be on the trip. From here we'll head North and East.
We took a night off of the blog yesterday to spend as much time with Mary's cousin Carol and her husband Mike as we could. They were nice enough to allow us to stay the night with them at their house, our first night not in ...
... when I braked. Turns out that those noises are going to cost us $1800.00!!!!! New rotars and brake pads is not what I wanted to be spending money on right before our trip. In the grand scheme of things, at least our family is happy, healthy and safe. A car is just a car. A few less alcoholic beverages, bingo games, souvenirs and spa treatments but we will still have the time of our lives ...
... be and so I don't want it to be my fault whatever they outcome is. Because of that I try and stay away from big decisions and when one comes up I generally take a while to make the decision. I realized this when I had to decide on a high school because for a week I couldn't make a decision and when I finally did I was very relieved that it was done.
... the men asked what he was digging for, he said treasure. One of the men laughed and said, "Once I had a dream of treasure buried in an abandoned church." Santiago realized he knew the exact location the man was talking about. He then traveled to that location and dug up a box filled with jewels and treasure. ...
... Elevation differential from Donner Summit to the valley floor in Sacramento, CA- 7000'! Needless to say it takes a long time to drive from Donner Summit down to the foothills, then to the Sacramento Valley.
We continue through Sacramento and head south on Interstate 5. This is one of my least favorite drives as it seems all the crazies are out and about. Maybe its just the stress of traveling in the big city after so many miles of country driving. Or ...