Motel 6 Bakersfield - Buttonwillow
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... back on the Interstate, across a massive bridge and into Oakland. Due to some heavy traffic I arrived about 40 minutes before the game (I was shooting for an hour) but hadn't bought a ticket. After a 25 minute wait in line (and a declined debit card (hopefully just red flagged by the bank with all the unusual purchase locations)) I had my ticket in the nick of time.
The location of the Coliseum ...
... about Scott's job? Have a random thought that makes you go, hm? Go ahead and ask and in my next post I will get Scott to answer it when he has the time. =] Just shoot us a message on FB or simply comment on here. It doesn't matter if it is a question about his current haul, the trucks, or the school. Let us know and we will do our best to ...
... like the best option is driving. UGH 5 hours in the Mazda, my poor back.
Mazda has a clunk but we now think that it may be part of the emission system that won’t pass smog, can’t tag it either but at least the registration fee is paid. Hope I don’t get a ticket for no tags!
I’ll try to leave at 5am. Dale peeled and ...
... kids can’t go on their own.
On Tues the plan is to go to the zoo. We will want to start for home before it is too late but we will stay for the Lion House feeding. If you haven’t experienced it before it is really an amazing experience. At least I hope it is still going. I’ll blog about it if it is still going.
So we leave tomorrow afternoon. RV is nearly packed. We will pick the adults up tomorrow afternoon and head on up the road.
This morning we hiked up the dome mountain...it was quite a climb so made me realise how unfit I am. It was worth it though with the stunning views from the top. In the afternoon we went to see the giant secora trees...they were beautiful! Almost 10m in diameter and 64m tall and up to 2000 years old! The tour group then headed back to the hotel, had some dinner and a few glasses of wine. It was a really nice ...