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... too damns up at Lake Isabella were put there for agricultural purposes and then coming back on our return trip coming into the valley all the water is diverted and that is why there is no water in the Kern River by us.
As we went up in altitude more trees and greenery appeared. When we started into the NF it was a tight 2 lane road and then it became a 4 lane highway. I guess that is a shortcut from Nevada thru DV and ...
... locked in sexual bliss, while flying up, down forwards and backwards only a few feet away. It happened within about 10 seconds while my (and Dolly's) cameras were out of reach. Damn! The shot of a lifetime right before our eyes and we missed it.
The "Greezwald" saga continues. (A variation of The Griswald's from Chevy Chase's classic movie "Vacation".)
Tomorrow's Blog: Headin North on 99.
... for us; I hope he's not too mad. Patti said he was very lonely. Spain is now just a memory but one that we will not forget soon.
In retrospect, our Spanish faves are as follows: Cheap, good-tasting wine, Jamon Iberico (uncured Iberian ham), Pintxos (Basque Tapas) which we need these here in Bakersfield, fried Aubergine (eggplant), Cafe con Leche, the Museo del Prado, ...
... longer as I drive and pull my RV. I can get away with taking 3 days to get on-site as the company knows that I’ll start working while on the road and stay as long as possible at the end of the storm.
As mentioned this is a major change of plans as we had planned a little retirement getaway in about 10 days. Unfortunately, the RV is not ready to go; we had some small items break that are now in the middle of repairs plus it needs 2 new tires.
... did including a chocolate cake. Then the next day, Suzi and her husband Frank came down from Tehachapi and took me out for dinner at a Basque restaurant, which was very nice.
I also went up to Suzi's a few more times, including helping her move into their new house in Bear Valley Springs (a 'suburb' of Tehachapi). They had been renting a house for the last year and a half ...