Bakersfield Marriott at the Convention Center
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... Drive-Ins and Dives. Salty’s is just a shack along the highway with a big black smoker out front, a mobile grill at the side and picnic tables under umbrellas. When we got there the line up was only about ten people but when we got to the front of the line they were calling out number 18 and we were number 30. We ordered a brisket sandwich and a Salty’s Special – Tri–Tip , Pulled Pork, BBQ sauce, yellow peepers topped with cole slaw. While we waited for ...
... bowl I’ve collected a few others, I prefer the old ones, you can feel the places where the maker placed their fingers. They are not fancy but were used for meals or everyday containers. There is a connection.
Dale bought a book on pots that we found at the Grand Canyon, turned out that our pot was discussed, or at least one like it. But recently Dale ...
... seemed to work fine. The about 7pm I put a small load of clothes in with only 2 more loads to go. Wouldn't you know but the load wouldn’t finish washing and finally after working with it for 4 hours the load was kind of done. Washer is out of commission until we get home.
Finally at 5a.m. I finished cleaning, part of the packing in the RV and general clean up I went to bed.
... make them, he calls them training.
Went to the first HD shop and I mentioned to him that my cup holder was turning, so he put locktite that he bought yesterday on them. (Connie, isn't locktite a sundry) We head out of this shop and in 1 block Chris was pulling over. The locktite had eaten through his plastic and the cup holder had broken off. He warns me that the same thing will probably happen to mine. We probably go 2 ...
Today was another trip to the Chinese embassy in L.A., but this time for Nate. I'd checked the website and there was nothing on there regarding the declaration required. We decided that there was a chance that the Chinese had dropped that requirement so off I went. Wrong! I got to L.A. and had to park in a parking structure because I had the truck and it wouldn't fit in the small spaces. I went up to the embassy and took a number: #224 and they were on about 112. I asked ...