Motel 6 Los Banos, Ca
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I was unable to link up with a midweek meeting as I drove from Spokane down through Idaho and Oregon, then across Nevada. Sparsely settled areas in the main and no real way of knowing what kind of progress I'd make in the pickup I was driving. So it would just be Sunday this week.
I set out from a suburb of the Bay Area known as Pleasanton on Sunday morning at about 8am. One of my business contacts ...
We woke up late ... 8:30. Julie worked out in the gym and I figured out how to do the blog. We left Eureka at 10:30 and pushed on to Ukiah, where we stopped for a quick lunch at Taco Bell at about 12:30. We stopped at the post office in Ukiah and gig back on 101. We made a short break again at Santa Rosa -- I stopped at the UPS Store to return my Kindle -- then got back on the road headed on to Santa Nella. We got to Santa Nella at 6:30 and immediately checked I ...
... These tubs were clothing required due to their location by the pool. Water temp: 106 degrees. The water had a mild sulfur smell, but it was clear and not overtly intrusive.
Only a mom and her toddler were at the hot tubs so Marion and I selfishly had separate tubs and also filled a tub with cold water for a semi cold plunge.
It was perfect. We soaked for almost the full ...
... at nearby Curry Village.
Our third day involved driving to Glacier Point, which is high on a cliff overlooking Yosemite Valley. From Glacier Point there are spectacular views across the valley and beyond. Far down below you can just make out the toy cars and buses endlessly circling the loop road, and tiny inflatable rafts drifting down the river. We went on a ranger walk to nearby Sentinel Dome and ...
... from last night's forays, And I am also surrounded by a river and trees. The kind of trees that I have not seen for days, old Oaks, California Sycamore's and a multitude of other Fauna. The camp is beginning to wake up. I hear children somewhere, the Great Horned Owls just checked in for the last time for the night and the age old transition is occurring as I write. The first up was the Scrub jay, followed by a pair of Red shouldered Hawks, who are ...
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