Holiday Inn Express Delano Hwy 99
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Motel 6, Lost Hills, 11.15pm
I am about to fall asleep. After a very late night last night and about five hours sleep, I don't have the capacity to be awake at this time.
I went to Universal Studios today with the friend I am visiting in LA. Making use of the annual passes received when we came about a year ago. After the studio tour, in the iconic studio tour 'train’ we went on the Jurassic Park ride. This ...
Went back into Death Valley again this morning. Walked two of trails that are suggested to be done before ten in the morning. Finished the last one at 9:50 and it was stating to get uncomfortable. I think it was showing 45 on the dashboard temperature gauge. Had an interesting drive to Bakersfield where we will stayed the night. At least the air con in the cars works but the cliff edge did get a wee bit close...at least for ...
... it, but we'd been looking at it all day. I knew it was there. We caught the last service bus home to the RV park just after 11, and we were both well pleased about that. It would have been a 3 kilometre walk in the dark had we missed it. There are mountain lions roaming around. We may have been licked by an elk, teased by a squirrel, chased by a gangly spider. But no, ...
... 90% of the land for conservation and the ranch and the other they will be using for Commerce Center, planned community and resort. Also along Route 99 into Bakersfield there were acres of pistachios, almonds, alfalfa and wine vineyards and a few oil wells.
I had picked this RV park since it was on the Kern River, unfortunately the Kern River
is dried up at this point. They said they are arguing who owns the water but ...
... vehicle at will, but they leave you to reassemble it yourself.
On the way up from Southern California to the Central Valley, we stopped at a place I had wanted to see when I lived in Joshua Tree: The Salton Sea. This is an inland sea that is so salty that the only fish who can survive are tilapia. From my understanding, occasionally other fish get dumped into the lake during heavy rains, and they die from the high ...