Motel 6 Bakersfield Convention Center
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... in......so a tow truck would have to be dispatched. At 8:15 that evening we were in tow and headed to the Cummins dealer for repairs the following day. By 9:30 we were sitting in the parking lot at Cummins with the blessing of 50 amp electric and water, because they were a coach care facility, and some ice cold beer in the frig. Tonight we'll sleep off the disappointment of the day. Tomorrow.....I just know our parts will be there as planned.....or will they?
... If the roads are closed or they require an inspection to assure we have chains for the car, we will NOT be able to enter the parks. Oh well!! That possibility also exists on the Northern route and thru Yellowstone when we get there. I told Rhonda we will just play it by ear, and if we can't.........we can't. Still a wonderful trip that we will be thankful for the rest of our lives.
We left from La Verne at around 10am this morning. We had originally planned to leave at 6am, but sleepy-heads and showers took up four hours to finally begin rolling. We arrived at Bakersfield at around2pm.
It was quite an adventure! And boy did we get our Supernatural aid! My numbskull of a buddy didn't check his tire pressures before we left, and of course, neither did I! So, coming down the grapevine we got a flat. Luckily, we were nearly at the bottom and could pull ...
Here is a little background on our backpacking experience as I have some relatives who ask for me to write about earlier experiences.
Dale and I first backpacked before we were married. We hiked into the Sierra's, a 10 hour hike, over a pass into what is called Evolution Valley. We stayed for several days but we were certainly not as sophisticated then as we are today. Those days we just ate the freeze dried meals and cold granola for breakfast.
When our ...
... and their trailers. And the word for today is TRUCKS. Too many trucks obstructed our views of the right side of the road. Way too many trucks, which made me wish we had decided to take the scenic route as we had done earlier, where there were few trucks and no one to ruin our sight-seeing.
One interesting thing that we saw of note…the graveyard for planes in Mojave, Ca. I had seen this place on TV, and had no idea we would ...