Red Roof Inn Los Banos
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... of water! The screams told me the tank was full so I waited a few seconds more then turned off the tap ;)
We went for a swim in the nearby river and when we got back to the RV I fired up the hole in the ground that is the BBQ - we cooked pork, apple and gouda sausages we'd bought in Fairfax and ate outside.
We took advantage of the elastic trickery and watched a DVD before turning in.
... just got a camping spot in Half Moon Bay's Campground by the ocean...even though..it said:; FULL...someone had just left early 390 minutes earlier!! Now we are at Cameron's British Pub having some brew and Clam Chowder. We stopped to play on the beach in Santa Cruz and a little further North...The flowers are blooming EVERYWHERE on the side of the road...at the beach...in our campground...it makes one drunk on California for ...
After Paseo Robles, we drove to the Los Banos area and spent the night at the KOA. After checking in, we tried to cool off in the rig with 105 degree temps outside. As we are watching a little TV, the AC's start acting weird and we get an alarm on our electric service detector. Larry ...
Although the rain has ceased, it is still relatively cold and windy. We did put in an appearance at the Castle Air Museum, but did not tour the aircraft on the grounds because of the cold. Jim did buy yet-another-aircraft-themed hat, though, so all is not lost. And he took a few pics to boot! We also checked out the University of California Merced campus, a local ...
... fence encircling the deck for privacy. In the afternoon half of the deck is covered with shade from the nearby trees.
Mercy HS is low key, uncrowded, kind of funky, clean, away from it all, lots of nature around, yet the SFO Bay Area is just right down the road (150 miles). Mercey HS is not as dramatic as Harbin HS, but easier to get to and a lot ...