Historic Downtowner Inn
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... site the wonderful perfume from the orange blossoms fill the air. Luckily for us there were still some trees to be picked and we took the opportunity to do so. You take a picker pole from the office and collect as many as you want. I have never tasted a freshly picked orange and these were fantastic. The flavour was unbelievable; intensely orange with thick floral overtones and so sweet. I think another picking session is in order before we leave here.
After picking ...
... the traffic was minimal. The land was so dry and desolate looking. There were no birds, no sign of wildlife of any kind. Not even any signs of road kill you would typically see on the interstates. The weeds or brush that you experience around here are just nasty things. They have barbs and burrs to grab and stick your skin and clothes and hurt like the dickens when you step on them with your bare feet! Ask me how I know this.....
We were about half ...
... has decided not to go to Finland. Since her dates for a return are not known yet we will get her tickets maybe next week.
I did look and see that the Mozart Requiem is still being performed on Saturdays in Vienna at the St Charles Church. We will buy tickets for that as soon as we know how many will be in our party.
Fortunately, concerts in Prague are not posted yet as we want to buy the best tickets possible and can’t today.
We are at least on the right ...
We left from La Verne at around 10am this morning. We had originally planned to leave at 6am, but sleepy-heads and showers took up four hours to finally begin rolling. We arrived at Bakersfield at around2pm.
It was quite an adventure! And boy did we get our Supernatural aid! My numbskull of a buddy didn't check his tire pressures before we left, and of course, neither did I! So, coming down the grapevine we got a flat. Luckily, we were nearly at the bottom and could pull ...
... onions and garlic, a little red wine to deglaze the pan, diced canned tomatoes, fresh oregano thyme basil, and pinion nuts.
Thurs: Warm Quinoa Salad; quinoa, artichoke hearts, canned garbanzo beans, pinion nuts and sun dried tomatoes
Friday: Salmon Shepherd’s Pie; a layer of carrots and canned corn, then a layer of canned salmon, then a heap of mashed potatoes, the instant kind.
Saturday: Canned pinto beans and corn over rice with fresh chilies.