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... every hillside! It's really windy going through area - I guess that's why the turbines are here! I'm glad Ron's driving!! We reach an elevation of 4,000ft, trees change to firs & deciduous & it's a totally different landscape.
... forward 3 hours.....we are back on the road by 3:30, fighting rush hour traffic and terrible roads. But on the bright side, we drove through groves of peach trees, plum trees, pistachio trees, corn, sugar cane and miles of grape fields.
Tonight we are camped in a nice RV campground on the banks of a small river. We are 40 miles from the Sequoia National Park where we will go tomorrow.
So the adventure continues.....
... of sugar being pumped into folks
creating hyperactive people – especially little ones. One 2 inch square of sea salt-sprinkled dark chocolate with
coffee is my daily morning boost. So the outlet factory was definitely a
highlight for this dark chocolate lover.
Larry claims that his super
dark chocolate, double shot frappe, sprinkled with intense chocolate-covered,
... and the crowd included punks, truckers, gangstas, goths and old latinos. We decided it was a bit seedy for us so we finished our drinks and headed back to the hotel.
The arrival of morning was exciting for us as we were heading to Vegas and we were so happy to leave Bakersfield behind.
We did just get home from camping, haven't done anything about repairing the RV floor and yet here we are planning a backpack trip. We will leave next week.
Here are a few of the details: we will hike to Cottonwood Lakes, this is out of Lone Pine in the Inyo National Forest on the east side of the Sierras. There is a cutoff from this trail to Mt. Whitney if that helps. This area is south of Mammoth.
Our middle son Justin worked in this area with the CCC ...