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Well that was an interesting road trip - the last 100 km went from desert to lush green valley - amazing me once again! Heading North on Interstate 5 today, if I remenber it's pretty boring but I'll take a few photos & keep you posted of our progress!
Although an early start it was a steady and we had a good stop at Peggy's Sues dinner for a massive breakfast of eggs, bacon and french toast ! We crashed out on arrival at our best western ( good hotel ) and slept, the area was nice, but being a Saturday night nothing was open - So we caught up on sleep and then watched The Green Mile. The pics are from Peggy's retro ...
... the world coming to? So onwards and upwards we drove into the Los Padres National Park, via Ojai. Took us two trips around Ojai to get out of the place, but we did. The scenery was magnificent. Not many trees for a forest but wow, the ranges were fabulous ever changing, from cliff faces to soft sand mounds. Miles and miles high. I think we drove up to 4000 feet at one stage. We stopped and watched some rock climbers I was having enough strife on the road ...
Aussie Rampage Mantra:
'What doesn't kill you makes you stronger' (Kelly Clarkson)
Aussie Rampage Playlist:
- Stronger - Kelly Clarkson
- Gangster's Paradise - Coolio
- Jesus Take the Wheel - Carrie Underwood
- Black Hole Sun - Soundgarden
... between Tucson and Phoenix we pass the 10,000 mile mark of the trip. Just like in Texas, by the time we get to a big city it is rush hour and the traffic is terrible! People in Phoenix drive 75 miles an hour with one foot on the brake!! It's like playing dodge ball with a car! Five lane freeway, the GPS is telling us one thing, the road atlas is showing something else and the higway signs differ altogether; ...