Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Bakersfield
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... expected to read it – it look dull and impenetrable. It was the nutrition information. So then. Bottom of the pile for calorie content is Diet Coke at zero calories whatever size you choose. Top of the pile was the 24oz Oreos shake, with whipped topping. That came in at 1170 calories. More in fact than the sirloin cheeseburger with bacon. So there you have it – the most unhealthy thing they serve is actually a drink.
This is crazy, I'm leaving for Europe in only 9 days. I’ve only just started to think about this trip seriously. And I’ll be gone for 1-1/2 months, YIKES!
So we had planned to mostly travel by train, a similar trip to ours 3 years ago. But this time we had planned to rent an RV for the last 2 weeks. Plans that were all well and good but were completely wrong.
There will be 6 of us traveling to Germany, 2 will return to Germany and 4 of us will ...
... carry-on to the large red bag then pull both large bags while wearing the camera bag, purse and tote bag. Quite a sight I’m sure.
This is an assignment that should be fun at the end. Dale and a couple of granddaughters are planning to come just to have some vacation time. Also I’ll be on the east coast for, hopefully,
the changing of the leaves and we have good friends in that area that we get to visit.
So off to a new adventure.
... people drive! We survive the freeway long enough to see another sunset, and finally find our route northwest to I-40. Allowing the GPS to speak again, I find that it is 158 miles along a two-lane road up to the freeway, and there is ONE town along the route. It's off to Wickenburg, Arizona for us!!
Amazingly, as we reach Wickenburg at 8:00pm, there is an RV Park that Ike spots right in town. Great ...
... caught up and we made our way the little distance further to the start of the trail, as we were waiting for the rest of the group I asked for a red-faced photo in front of one of the big trees, only to step on what I thought was compacted snow and lose two feet of my leg in the process, of course the camera was pointing at me already so there’s an image of me screaming forever captured on film.
Chris showed us some signs about the Sequoias and Redwoods, as ...