Knights Inn Buttonwillow

20681 Tracy Ave., Buttonwillow, California, 93206, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 20681 Tracy Ave., Buttonwillow.
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Travel Blogs from Buttonwillow

Game 2: First close call

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on Jun 01, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... different than the location of Safeco Field. Around Safeco were many sports bars, shops and eateries. Oakland had a backed up rail way system and a more industrial feel to its surroundings. I felt the razor wire I had to look past to see the Raiders flag was fitting considering that fan base's reputation. After the game I looked into the front parking lot of the stadium and realized that I entered the ...

Not so Quick Last Minute Trip

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 23, 2012

... oranges; I cooked and peeled 2 eggs. I have an apple and a gluten free bar. Should make it to Petaluma without starving.


It will be good to see our little 16 month old. She apparently is excited to see her gama and points to the room I stayed in when there.


I’ll drive home tomorrow night picking up other grandkids on the way home. Wish me ...

Pots from Picuris Pueblo

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 11, 2012

Many years ago I was in New Mexico and stopped at a shop for coffee, I ended up buying a bowl, about 900 years old. It had been broken and glued together so it didn't cost much, maybe $40.00. That was the beginning of my antiquities collection. Now there are people who do not think that these items belong in private collections, I like my bowls so there it is.

Since ...

2 Trips 1 Week

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 09, 2012

... will bring a tent for 2 people to stay at the tent sites.


I think that the 3 little grandkids can sleep up with us and then the older 2 can share the couch. Our son can sleep on the dinette and the other person on memory foam on the floor. Then 2 in the tent should be fine.


Driving around S.F. with 5 kids plus 2 adults in a 6 place crew cab truck will be a challenge but we will find a way to duck everyone in.
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When is a lake not a lake?

A travel blog entry by silverlobster on Nov 23, 2011

... shop, you understand. Steve wants to eat, but there are just subways and tacos, and I decide I'll wait for something more appealing in another town. Steve takes one bite out of his taco and the rest goes in the bin. A good call on my part then. On to the next strange town. Ridgecrest sits on the edge of China Lakes, which is no longer a lake but a missile testing site for the U.S. Navy. The peronnnel on the base are the only people ...