Holiday Inn Express Clovis Fresno Area
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May 27th – Day 23
Today was the drive into Sequoia
National Park. The length of our RV meant we couldn't take the
closest route into the park. We're 31 foot and the tight switchbacks
meant that only vehicles less than 22 foot could use that road.
Instead we needed to leave Visalia and drive an hour north before
heading into the Park. It meant a ...
I had full intention of driving down the Pacific Coast Highway to my hometown on the beach, but realized that Fresno was only a small detour away...which meant Clovis was a small detour away...which was the perfect excuse to drop in on Rich Fish (aka Fish Daddy, aka El Pescado Loco, aka #66). After all...it's been 15 years since we were last dominating the line of scrimmage together; it was high time for a ...
... to school. It's been an amazing thing for the boys to witness and of course we've had a huge amount of discussion about it.
Went to a Mexican place for lunch. I'm hating going to places like that at lunchtime, it's just too much! Oh for a simple sandwich.
Did some more shopping then back to D and L's. Doug cooked us dinner then we all snuggled up and watched Hunger Games. A good ...
... so much in the 8 years since we've seen them.
Lesley had prepared a fantastic vegetarian/vegan mexican spread for dinner. We had lots of catching up to do. The boys absolutely clicked with the girls which was just fantastic. They just hung out with them, talked, played Wii, just did what teenagers do. Excellent.
We were pretty shattered so headed away about ...
... things" in his food and drinks, but he didn't notice, oh he never does. I was disappointed on how the game between the Red Soxx and Giants and so I went back to eating which lightened my mood. It was late that night and we pedaled faster than usual because we didn't know the area well enough yet because anything can happen to anyone. When we got back, it was that awkward, "what do we do now?" moment, so we took a glance at each other and went to our respective sleeping ...