Travel Blogs from Bakersfield
... sleep in it if it is too
cold or rainy.
We have plans to camp when
possible. We will take sleeping bags, a tent, a cooking pot, utensils, all the
things we can think of that we will need for camping.
We have a friend in
Germany, Dieter, who has generously offered the use of his flat while we are in
We have rented an apartment
in Salzburg that sleeps about 8. It is the same price as a hotel but we took ...
GHIRARDELLI CHOCOLATE FACTORY
My favorite is the dark
chocolate with sea salt AND CRUSHED ALMONDS mmmmm
The factory is at least a
block long and nearly that wide. A steady stream of semi-trucks continually
rolled in and out. Just imagine ...
We give Bakersfield one chevy out of 5. It just seemed like a really strange place. We felt like we had to watch our backs and each person had something to hide. We have now anointed it a special name: Bakersfield – The pothole between San Francisco and Vegas.
Bring on Vegas – onward ...
... unzip without causing the other to freeze. But when shopping just make sure that your zippers match as there are different sizes of zippers and some are on the right side some on the left of the regular bags. We will try the Big Agnes brand.
Girls do not have hiking boots and I’m really not anxious to buy some so we will see what we do about that. Our neighbor offered to loan kids’ packs and sleeping bags.
Food is going to be somewhat of an ...
... We carried on into Yosemite Village and stopped just outside Curry Village where we caught the bus to the bottom of the Mist Trail. We intended just to follow it to the Vernal Falls and turn back again. Despite apparently being the same mileage as the previous days trail, it was a much quicker hike. The guide said it should take us 2-5 hours but we made light work of it in ...
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