SpringHill Suites Bakersfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... a broken engine serpentine belt. It's time to make a call to Good SAMs Roadside assistance. We were dead in the water. By this time of the day, which was around noon, it was about 103 so it was time to turn on the generator, put in a movie and get something to drink (non-alcoholic of course) because it was going to be a long day. After many phone calls with a tech the decision was made that parts weren't available to fix it on site and would have to be next ...
Well, we've completed the first leg of our journey, the long trip down I-5 to the California sunshine!
We caught the 4 pm Port Angeles ferry from Victoria on Jan. 2 (after paying a shocking $280 one-way fare for truck, trailer and reservation fee!) and, for the first-time-ever, we were detained at the border crossing while they searched our truck and trailer with a fine-tooth comb in the pouring ...
... We pulled all of our junk out of the trunk and realized that there were no tools to help change the spare! Someone had removed the jack and wrench and not put them back. Luckily, this nice guy hauling a trailer of small farm equipment was nice enough to check up on us. He had a jack and a wrench that would fit! What a relief! After he helped us, we offered to buy him lunch, but he said he had already eaten and went on his way. Now, if that's not supernatural, I don't know what is!
... bowl I’ve collected a few others, I prefer the old ones, you can feel the places where the maker placed their fingers. They are not fancy but were used for meals or everyday containers. There is a connection.
Dale bought a book on pots that we found at the Grand Canyon, turned out that our pot was discussed, or at least one like it. But recently Dale ...