Quality Inn San Bernardino
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... We've been fearing that the muffler repair could take some time since our lowered floor wheelchair van has a custom exhaust pipe, but Andrew at Automotive City assures us that it'll only take an hour or so and he'll do it right away. Sure enough about an 1 1/2 later he calls that jobs done. The bill was only $75 and everything has been working great since.
So a big thanks go out to Andrew and his guys at Automotive City, who as we now know we're the first of our mechanical ...
... This tour lasted about 45 minutes and I could easily have gone around again. Then I went to the lower level of the park to do "The Mummy" roller coaster ride. Adrenalin rush of note. I mean they double strap you into the seat - I was scares out of my wits but once it was over, I wanted to do that again too - until I saw the photo that had been taken. I'd have loved to have bought it as a keepsake but at $25 my sanity prevailed. Straight after that I did ...
111218 Hemet, CA After leaving Sacramento, we stopped in Bakersfield for 3 nights to have the motorhome serviced at Stier's RV. They have a licenced technician for every component, are reasonably priced, associated with Good Sam and have recently been purchased by Camping World (all of them are the best in the RV business). One of the air conditioners had a siezed motor, the furnace needed a new fuel nozzle, the hot water tank needed a burner cleaning and ...
... there are 20 wigwams (with 2 x beds, a tv, and a bathroom so perhaps not the most authentic wigwam!) and they just circle around a grassed area , picnic table and pool. It is really lovely and has a nice family feel. The view is also exceptional. Thank you Joycees
We grab a pizza for dinner and then that is the end of me and Elwood. We conk out and Noah stays up and admires he his beautiful photos.
A big wigwam good night to you ...
... look to the excitement of what the future now holds, and will continue to reflect on the past adventures such as those I kept in this journal, I can actively see the present come and go as I live each day. LIfe is too short to get caught up in routines. Whether the day holds cruising across a volcanic island, meeting friends in a French cafe, or wrapping up a project in the office, I will take the days as they come. I will be sure not to ...