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... you think you will need by the posted fuel rate and prepay that amount with the cashier. They give you a pre authorization ticket for let's say the $200.00 you think you will use and then you go back to the pump and begin fueling. If you have guessed properly you will hit the full mark and the pump will shut off somewhere just under the pre-authorized amount. You then go back inside, stand in the long line again, present your pre-authorized ticket back to the ...
... If the roads are closed or they require an inspection to assure we have chains for the car, we will NOT be able to enter the parks. Oh well!! That possibility also exists on the Northern route and thru Yellowstone when we get there. I told Rhonda we will just play it by ear, and if we can't.........we can't. Still a wonderful trip that we will be thankful for the rest of our lives.
We left from La Verne at around 10am this morning. We had originally planned to leave at 6am, but sleepy-heads and showers took up four hours to finally begin rolling. We arrived at Bakersfield at around2pm.
It was quite an adventure! And boy did we get our Supernatural aid! My numbskull of a buddy didn't check his tire pressures before we left, and of course, neither did I! So, coming down the grapevine we got a flat. Luckily, we were nearly at the bottom and could pull ...
... sup> night, Chicken Curry, a bottle of Dom Perignon and a nice bottle of red wine. We had the bottle of red wine the 1st night, ½ way down at Cottonwood into the canyon and the bottle of Dom Perignon ½ way up the South rim at Indian Gardens. At the bottom of the Canyon, Phantom Ranch, we ate dinner at the Ranch and drank beer that we didn’t have to carry.
So now when I talk about food and wine we will carry you can see how its importance has ...
... Bakersfield, CA at 3:30 PM it was 95 degrees. We gained almost 50 degrees and an hour on the way. And, yes, anyone reading my blog yesterday knows that I got it all wrong on the time changes. But it worked out just fine. I never could understand that stuff.
If you see spots in my photos or blurry foregrounds, it is because I took them all from inside the car, through the smashed bugs on the windshield, as we sped down the highway at ...