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... more growing and being watered. Commercial ads for the water issue on the state ballot blanketed the TV. And when we got to Yosemite Park we found that Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls were dry and the Merced River that runs through the park looked more like a creek. Let's hope they get some precipitation (after we leave the state) and figure out how to wisely use the water they have. The RV park we stayed in was quiet with most ...
... driving snacks (twinkies, m&ms and kit kats) and headed to McDonalds for a snack (it was inside the walmart!!!) When we ordered Shane asked for a medium chips...the poor women serving us looked so confused lol I said 'you want fries' lol!! Got our food and ate it in the car then started the drive to Fresno. It was a pretty uneventful drive, lots of orchards. Apparently containing grapes, oranges (naturally) walnuts, pistachios and cherries. Once we arrived in ...
After leaving Laughlin, NV, we headed across the Mohave
Desert to Bakersfield, CA. Driving that
day was pretty boring…nothing but sand and gravel with a few cactus scattered
about. As we got closer to Bakersfield,
we started seeing more and more fields of fruit trees and other crops
growing. We moved on to Visalia, CA just
outside of ...
... Zach and I investigated and took advantage of the nice-sized library of books and DVD's, met a few people, learned a bit more about the park, and before we knew it, we were heading home with a bunch of clean clothes and towels!
... wagons and built this Center for viewing. Some of the structures were: Barn & Covered Bridge (built in 1857 but covered in Vermont style a few years later) left over from the stage stop in Yosemite, Artist Cabin, George Anderson (miner, blacksmith & guide in late 1800's) cabin, Homestead Cabin, Blacksmith Shop, Calvary Office, Ranger Patrol Cabin, Degnan's Bakery, Wells Fargo Office and the Powderhouse/Jail. It was amazing that these structures could be ...