Red Roof Inn Los Banos
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... nowhere to pull over and applying the brakes seemed like a bad idea so wee crawled and weaved our way through the stalled traffic for another couple of miles until we had to slide to a halt at a point where several cars had piled up and blocked the road.
As in all crises people got out of their cars and started to talk about it. Different personality traits came out. One old chap started walking around talking to people risking life ...
... all the electrical appliances and goes out to the pedestal and opens it to get the plug pulled out of the receptical and experiences a short. After notifying the camp host, her husband, an electrician. verifies that there is a short. We then change sites and settle back in for the night.
... yard - we tried the oranges, quite edible but a little tangy - still need a bit more ripening. Left the lemons alone for now. Melissa had brought over some Texas ruby red grapefruit - they are very delicious and sweet - no sugar needed.
Lunch and dinner allowed us to reconnect with a couple more of our cousins: Bill and Norman. We didn't get to see Ray or Ron.
The next day we hiked (no bushwalking here) to Vernal Falls, along with a hundred other happy hikers. Vernal Falls has a serious amount of spray, so we were glad to have brought our rain jackets. After lunch Karen and the girls went horseriding to Mirror Lake, while Richard walked there. The horse riders got soaked by a brief summer storm and after getting changed into dry clothes were ready for a ...
... from last night's forays, And I am also surrounded by a river and trees. The kind of trees that I have not seen for days, old Oaks, California Sycamore's and a multitude of other Fauna. The camp is beginning to wake up. I hear children somewhere, the Great Horned Owls just checked in for the last time for the night and the age old transition is occurring as I write. The first up was the Scrub jay, followed by a pair of Red shouldered Hawks, who are ...
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