La Quinta Inn & Suites Tulare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Yes, John did save his Margarita from dumping in the river, but lost his shoe. He has his priorities.
I realized this morning that I am getting a little homesick. Not that I want to cut our trip short and rush home, but I am missing my home and family, my bed, etc.
I am disappointed to see so much smog out here. It really ruins the view. The Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks are the most polluted parks in the country. ...
... not to bring him one). I'm not much more adventurous then hubby, but I thought...she went to all the trouble so I'm gonna try it (I have never in my life had squash). It wasn't bad - I ate about 3/4ths of it. It reminded me in texture of potatoes. They also had fresh squeezed oj, maple walnut muffins and this amazing homemade granola and yogurt. They sell a cookbook with all the recipes in it, but I cheated and snapped pics of the ones I ...
... eagerly looking forward to having a pit stop. Half a mile before the posted rest area was an exit with a gas station. We opted for the rest area. But…when we got to it, it was CLOSED!!! And the next exit was 88 miles down the road. Steve did the prudent thing and put on the brakes and took the service U-turn and we went back to the last exit. And I was so glad he did. Beware of the signs if you drive in the desert. They lie. We ...
Not much to report today we just had to drive all day back to California. We have had to forgot about driving through Death Valley as the snow messed up our route so we are now heading for Kings Canon national park.
Rob was quite pleased to see a tumble weed - in fact he scared ...
... to get to the trees (the park is about the same size as the IOM), our journey also took a little longer as Mateo felt sick - he has supposedly developed car sickness in the past few weeks. When we reached the trees we took a mini hike around the area before looking at the Great Sherman - the trees weren't actually the tallest in the world but instead this tree was the largest by area. We then headed back down the mountain and stopped off to take a picture of this rock on ...