Residence Inn Bakersfield
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... abundant here than in Sequoia. In our travels we encountered deer, California ground squirrels, Uinta chipmunks, more Acorn Woodpeckers, Steller Blue Jays and best of all a young black bear. We watched the bear for almost an hour as he first climbed around in a tree and then roamed the ground around the tree eating acorns.
Leaving the park we had to start making our way back south hoping to get to Death Valley tomorrow.
... community alive, and there is little here other than the road to Death Valley. Actually, there is a Starbucks, two decent hotels and a shopping area. We probably need to stay here now, so that we have a clear run at the valley tomorrow. We only have around two hours of daylight today, and Death Valley in the dark doesn't sound that appealing. So, decision made, we check in to a Hampton Inn, and take a walk to the visitor's centre. ...
... t know if we can keep the trophy but it will cost a lot to ship back. After we won someone did mention oh by the way we werent supposed to play in this tournanment in case we got injured and lost loads of coaches - woops. We then went back home to get showered and changed as we were going out to eat. We went to this biker bar/restaurant I had chicken fajhitas. Afterwards we went to another bar before going to Sarahs house and returning home in the early morning.
And oh was the pack heavy!
By 10:30 we were re-evaluating our situation, we got out a rolling carry-on, 1st the smaller one
but we still needed more room. We unpacked the small bag and packed a larger one.
By 1 a.m. and 1 bottle of wine under our belt we had stuffed the backpack, the carry-on, our tote bag to overflowing, the camera bag that would no longer completely zip shut and a day
... we headed off back down the road to the van to get dry and go to Bakersfield. A couple of the group stayed behind to make a snowman, but when I saw Rob wearing his wife Michelle’s coat around his waist we learnt he’d slipped during its manufacture and ripped his trousers, making me glad I hadn’t stayed and ended up doing the same.
Karen, the only Australian girl on the trip, had stayed in the van whilst we went hiking, and so we roused her from ...