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... wanted to drink after a jippy belly last night – did not end until 3.30pm.
Jack in the Box looks just like a McDonald’s to me. I had a custom-made burger with cheese and salad in it, with fries, and Coke. While I was waiting I saw a big framed notice on the wall with lots of numbers printed on it in small text. From a distance it looked like some kind of legal notice that was there because it had to be and that no ...
... pool, the nuts. Happily we settled in, cooked our dinner, enjoyed a long hot shower, and after talking to a few lonely Americans with their dogs, about their ex wives (can understand why), we switched off for the night! Here we could leave early the next morning, and head to Sequoia where we could hopefully nab a first come first serve camping spot in the ...
... ve not been able to place it on a map yet but it appears that it still exists.
Apparently, his grandmother’s parents were invited to Russia by Catherine in order to farm. Then later they were forced out, hence she moved to Canada and then California.
While I’m also attempting to find a location for Dale’s grandmother city, I’m also looking to find if we can get info on exactly where the house would have been located. This ...
So now I have 3 big trips in various stages of planning and 3 small trips. Trying to keep everything straight is becoming a challenge.
In July we have a camping trip to Grover Hot Springs near Lake Tahoe, then a backpack trip up to Cottonwood Lakes at the end of the month.
August brings a long discussed trip to B.C into the First Nations territory. This trip will be a photo ...
... the Mojave Desert as we head toward Bakersfield. Looking at the weather forecast for the rest of the way home, we know we need to get a move on tomorrow to stay out of snow around Mt. Shasta and Grants Pass. Rather than try to push our way through the dark for hours and hours all night we decide to stop in Rosedale, a little suburb of Bakersfield, because once again we see the "RV Park" sign along the road.