Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Bakersfield
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... and it is clear we have left the desert.
Next day it was already warm at 6:45am so the day looked to be a scorcher. We wanted to get rid of the bugs that had decided to end their days on Stella's windshield and front cap. Also took the time to get rid of the hard water spots on the side from the abortive attempt to give her a wash in Desert Hot Springs. We lunched at Salty’s BBQ on the Rosedale Highway. It was recommended by Trip Advisor and featured ...
... stations even if they have diesel fuel available because of height and maneuverability issues. So, you're only option is a truck stop and boy is that a whole different process. You pull in and all the lanes go one direction. You pick a lane and get in line. When it's your turn at the pump you look to see what your pump number is then you go inside, stand in a long line, and tell the cashier how much fuel you need. Yes, you have to pre-calculate the gallons ...
... just one ghost that chose to move with her and shows in two consecutive pics. Ooopppsss. She now says she has the ghost in another. I;ll let her make comments when she posts to the last blog entry. My baby loves the possibilities of seeing ghosts.
After checking road conditions and closings in the Sequoia and Yosemite National parks last night, it appears we may NOT be able to view all that ...
... Traditional New Mexican classes. I made sure that the classes were available then booked our airline tickets. Last week I got our
hotel from Hotels.com as we were just shy of a second free night. So all is paid for. I’ll do another blog on plans for the Santa Fe trip later.
As for Europe, well we still plan to go, just not live there for 4 months. Our granddaughter must likely go ...
Many years ago I was in New Mexico and stopped at a shop for coffee, I ended up buying a bowl, about 900 years old. It had been broken and glued together so it didn't cost much, maybe $40.00. That was the beginning of my antiquities collection. Now there are people who do not think that these items belong in private collections, I like my bowls so there it is.