Historic Downtowner Inn
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... in the liquid crystal display (LCD)
We followed the path to the roof top of the visitor’s center and got a few pictures of the open mine. Hope you enjoy the pictures.
We rolled into Bakersfield around 3:30pm found a Motel 6 took our stuff inside the room. About 4:14pm we went over to Carrow’s for dinner. Showed our room keycard and got a 10% discount. They were having a 2 for ...
... in an area outside the small desert town of Mohave. I'll have to research that a bit further to find out more.
We started climbing from the Mohave Desert floor into the lower end of the Sierra Mountains and when we reached the top and began to descend, our surrounding countryside changed dramatically. Green grass in the pastures, large trees with bright green leaves and acres and acres of irrigated ...
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I e-mailed the realtor about the brand of the stove and said that we’d come and look at it someday. A couple of weeks ago I emailed again and was told that it had sold but he thought that ...
... that I'll add pinion nuts to most of the dinners.
For breakfasts kids and Dale have chosen various cereals and granolas. We told kids that if they wanted a specific cereal they could have it but they decided to share everything. One morning we will have some pancakes out of the Fat Uncle Pancake Mix. I will eat eggs as cereals leave me too quickly.
Snacks are almonds, dried mangos, apricots, apples, pineapples, raisins, beef jerky and almond butter cookies that ...
5/20/12 – Well the day began with Beamer helping himself to bacon and eggs and a muffin, which didn't make Steve very happy. After having a few bites of each, I tossed the rest into the trash and headed down the hall to fill our coffee cups for the long ride to Bakersfield. I never gave it a thought. But upon returning, Steve was standing there with a scowl on his face. Beamer had helped himself to my leftovers. Steve was concerned that ...