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... International Departure Flights, but had enough sense to shop for a muffin and a cup of coffee (I don't even drink coffee). David arrives, we check in our luggage --
it's always a waiting game at the airport. We are ready to board, and the question they ask" Is
there anyone with special needs?" David let's the lady know that I might need some help. So we both board early.
... signs of a roadside attraction ahead called "Bravo Farms" and decided to take it in. It was rather interesting in that it had large displays of locally produced food products such as a variety of different kinds of cheese, with samples, fruit, nuts, and the normal run of tourist oriented items. Outside, a vendor that was cooking BBQ on a large barrel-type blackened cooker. It ...
... golden rolling hills with green trees dotted about like scattered candles on a birthday cake. The rest of the day would be spent driving around in squares in the walnut groves around Linden. You don't want to know all about that.
The sun was again getting low as John was grabbing some last treasured location pictures and he said that we would be leaving this area by 7pm, have a two hour drive and find somewhere to sleep to give us ...
... was gorgeous. We did a 3 mile hike, a half mile ( at least) were these rustic stone stairs up a narrow mountainside with the destination being a closer look at the waterfall. I'm proud we made it as far up as we did, not quite to the top, but we both admitted we were 'missing steps' at that point and it started to feel a little unsafe. Once we were at our highest we chilled on these big boulders and it felt like we were getting a ...
... bit dissapointing. So we set up a movie and then went to bed. I think we were more tired than we thought.
All i have to say is that i do not want to drive an RV through mountain
roads. It is big enough for me to drive on the straight highway. And
people out here in California do not believe in guard rails. C'mon
people! I have enough adrenaline already.
Tomorrow is a big day...we have to get to Arizona.