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Travel Blogs from Reedley
... a few
books, got a little more sun on my fair skin and rested. The pool and
spa made this such a nice place to stay and going back to air
conditioning in the RV was well worth staying here for $15 a night.
I also have to mention, we have met
lovely lovely people while traveling so far. Whenever we stop to have
a real conversation, people are friendly and interested/interesting.
I think ...
... Hideaway RV Park. Casey considers this park "sketchy". I call it wondrous. Yes, the park roadway is narrow (really narrow) and begins with some rustic and classical RV park "full timer" abodes. But, this park is the closest to the Sequoia park entrance, it has long (albeit them a bit narrow) sites. It is apparent that several people live here in their RVs. Therefore, it has a “lived in” look. But that is fine with me since we are in the shade of a ...
... had a truck with 'people r stupid' on the tailgate, right.
Next stop the big fresno fair for a touch of a small town American fair, being Fresno has a population of half a million I think we might miss the small town touch. Nothing says small town show like metal detectors and being frisked on the way in. It was just like the Cairns show only with more rides, more food, more food, more food and more people. We missed the horse racing but did see ...
... br> Mike and Karen were driving up from Bakersfield on Hwy 65, and it was a miracle, but they passed us as we were stopping for gas. We took so long in the mountains that we thought for sure they would make it to the campground first. They said that they had about a 30 mile stretch of road that was not to Karen’s liking; ups and downs and curves along the mountain canyons and cliffs. Mike said it was a beautiful drive along the river, but we ...
... t sleep too well (maybe had something to do with driving on a road that winds down a mountain), and the route was way longer than I thought. By the time we got out of the park we were really hungry, and it didn't look like there was much around. But we saw a taco truck. Next to a gas station in the middle of nowhere. And I'm a sucker for taco trucks. So we stopped, had some (fantastic) tacos, and eventually got back to camp.