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All 6 sleep, sharing beds. Pool. Small breakfast. Free wifi.
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... couldn't help to feel a bit jealous; I also wants to live in a big house with a pool in the back with palms in the garden and sun all the time. Anyway, we cruised streets up and down and eventually found our way out of town and stopped at a hamburger restaurant for lunch. We finished our meal and were on our way. It was then decided to take a "shortcut" which soon proved to be a bad idea . . . We drove up in the hills on a narrow and very winding road which soon became ...
... all just trying to cut the traffic which everyone had to put up to. Finally we got through it and with great surprise we saw that the police had caught many of the short cutters.
Well it looked pretty dismal ahead, very dark and most likely was dust from the Death Valley area, renown for its wicked dust storms. It sure was a dust storm so much so that the wind was similar to what we experienced in Texas that horrible night when we got snowed in, and ...
Motel 6 Coalinga East #1356
25008 W Dorris Ave
I-5/westside Fwy At Sr 198
Coalinga, CA, 93210
Phone: (559) 935-1536
FAX: (559) 934-0814Via I-5 S2 hrs 35 mins / 161.21 miles
MOTEL 6 RESERVATION CONFIRMATION
Confirmation Number: 1356M28387
Guest Name: Patricia Cadena
Check-in Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Check-out Date: ...
Today we went to Avenal, CA. Aka, middle of nowhere. We left at 8:15 to drive the 3.5 hours there for an afternoon show, which turned into two shows... and we arrived home at about 8:40 pm. LONG day. But anyway...
Today I realized the things I am most likely to get frustrated about in other people, are things I dislike about myself. ...
... invention and thinking outside the box. An above ground aqueduct or man made river has been constructed to connect resevoirs and natural stream beds that travel over 600 miles from the mountains to the cities on the coast. Everyone benefits. My pix show one of these resevoirs. You can see the "river aqueduct" every once in a while in the upcoming photos as we travel through the mountains and valleys. Ahhh...finally out of the valley ...