Holiday Inn Express Bakersfield
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... really hopping and the large staff was a blur of motion.
After eating we continued to explore and found the Kern County Museum where we will visit tomorrow, and stopped to check out Bakersfield RV Park as a possible location for our next visit. It has its own bar and grill, pool, spa, and showers, and a clubhouse. Salty’s BBQ has a second location close to this park and is right in Bakersfield. What it doesn’t have is the marvellous orange grove I talked about ...
... IMMEDIATELY. We look at each other and Stan, with the moves of a fighter pilot, landed this big rig safely in one swift move to the side of the road! Nick, who was traveling behind us had to pull some similar moves out of his own hat to follow suit. Nick was at the door of our coach in the blink of an eye and the two of them began the task of figuring out what had happened. With their heads buried as far as they would go into the engine they emerge with ...
... seem to download our photos onto the computer but we will keep taking pictures,
Nancy and John
Thanks for all your comments - keep them coming
Inara and Amina hopefully we will skype you soon
... did get to see some interesting redwoods and the remains of fallen trees baring roots or burn scars. They do run a tram to see the entire area, but it was not running today due to the weather conditions.
From there we traveled toward Yosemite Village, passing the famed El Capitan. From inspiration point we were able to view El Capitan, Half Dome and Cathedral Mountain. Driving on we passed Bridal Veil Falls.
This morning we hiked up the dome mountain...it was quite a climb so made me realise how unfit I am. It was worth it though with the stunning views from the top. In the afternoon we went to see the giant secora trees...they were beautiful! Almost 10m in diameter and 64m tall and up to 2000 years old! The tour group then headed back to the hotel, had some dinner and a few glasses of wine. It was a really nice ...