Motel 6 Santa Nella/Los Banos
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... We navigated through some amazing, really beautiful, remote and very baked farmland which I suppose is the Sierra foothills. We turned off to stop at the Don Pedro lake to make brunch.
We set off again and soon the foothills got serious. We stopped to look at one of the many vistas and marvelled at how much we had climbed (and I was secretly thinking, 'mmmm I hope this is as high as it gets').
Soon we ...
... 100!) and got all set up, we drove into Hollister and found a good car wash - didn't want to leave that baking on there in the heat!
Today, Greg got right to work looking for the problem, and found a fuel line with a wear spot (hole) in it. He went to town, found a replacement hose, and is hard at ...
... you my age remember $0.79/gal or even $2.00... those were the days. You probably also remember dial telephones, B&W televisions, and poodle skirts.
Tyr has a couple more cysts so he will have a couple more shaved areas. He is so patient with us when we take care of him. If we get the hair removed the wounds heal more quickly. Good thing he is not vane.
... about. A few overnight guests were seen leaving.
I felt the tranquility of this place and couldn't wait to jump in.
We checked in, paid our $20 and were off to the tubs. The swimming pool was kept at a warm 90+ degrees, I just walked right past it and headed for the hot tubs. We were told that the fiberglass tubs near the pool were better insulated and kept the heat ...
Orestimba is empty and wild 363 days in year but one weekend it is more like a Pier 39 on a major holiday. This is thanks to the gates opened once a year for a bunch (a long bunch) who had a luck to win an entrance ticket (this year I suspected there were no unlucky ones). We got ours, drove 2 hours to be totally taken aback by the view of dozens ...