Holiday Inn Express Bakersfield
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... it is easy for you to come and enjoy these places. They do charge a $20 entrance fee to the national park. But I think it’s well worth it. And I also think that people will be more careful in terms of respecting the environment when it is something they have just paid for.
What the National Parks Service can’t do though is ask shopkeepers to open on Thanksgiving. Which meant that my quest for Coke – the only ...
... didn't look the most friendliest of places. As we headed deeper and deeper in town, we didn't have a clue what is campsite was going to offer, but knew it was one of our only hopes at this time! We pulled into the site, and it was a home away from home! It felt like a small luxury resort, with new facilities everywhere, power hooks ups, wifi, TV ...
... where his grandmother lived; she ******ed a table cloth while tending sheep at the age of about 9 years old, on a hill in Russia. I have that tablecloth packed away.
I’ve started to look into where Grandpa Frantz came from and have found that he was born in Olszyn, Prussia which is now Poland. I’ve found that it is a small town with a castle in the northern part of Poland.
As for his grandmother, she was born in Friedensfeld, South Russia. ...
... stop for the night, as we had been thinking we would just pull along the road somewhere. We get a good night's sleep, and the next morning before we head out (Saturday, November 19th) we get the call that Ike's brother-in-law Steve has passed away in Indiana. Our hearts are heavy as we leave, but we are also feeling blessed that we got to see him when we were in Indiana. It's cloudy and incredibly windy as ...
... we headed off back down the road to the van to get dry and go to Bakersfield. A couple of the group stayed behind to make a snowman, but when I saw Rob wearing his wife Michelle’s coat around his waist we learnt he’d slipped during its manufacture and ripped his trousers, making me glad I hadn’t stayed and ended up doing the same.
Karen, the only Australian girl on the trip, had stayed in the van whilst we went hiking, and so we roused her from ...