Ramada Limited Bakersfield North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Bakersfield
... every hillside! It's really windy going through area - I guess that's why the turbines are here! I'm glad Ron's driving!! We reach an elevation of 4,000ft, trees change to firs & deciduous & it's a totally different landscape.
... forward 3 hours.....we are back on the road by 3:30, fighting rush hour traffic and terrible roads. But on the bright side, we drove through groves of peach trees, plum trees, pistachio trees, corn, sugar cane and miles of grape fields.
Tonight we are camped in a nice RV campground on the banks of a small river. We are 40 miles from the Sequoia National Park where we will go tomorrow.
So the adventure continues.....
... of sugar being pumped into folks
creating hyperactive people – especially little ones. One 2 inch square of sea salt-sprinkled dark chocolate with
coffee is my daily morning boost. So the outlet factory was definitely a
highlight for this dark chocolate lover.
Larry claims that his super
dark chocolate, double shot frappe, sprinkled with intense chocolate-covered,
... and quiet. There were a lot of takeaway places, streets named after letters of the alphabet e.g. E Street and plenty of churches. We thought we'd be safe if we pumped Carrie Underwood's Jesus Take the Wheel from the rig.The main drag is called Chester Avenue, so Chad was quite excited. The locals appeared a mix of ...
... details about the meals later, I’ve been going back and forth about fresh veges vs. canned. We will be in the high country for 5 days so it is iffy carrying fresh veges if they’d even last that long, but canned might be heavier and won’t taste as good.
I had the idea that I’d carry dried beans for chilli as I’ll carry a larger cooking pot anyway. I looked online and saw that cooking beans at high altitude ...