Motel 6 Bakersfield South
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As always, the motel was clean and quiet. The staff were great.
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Dave called the front to send up a bellhop to take our luggage down to our car. The guy came right up, it didn't feel like 5 mins.
We loaded out stuff and took it down to the car, packed it all in and we were on our way around 8am.
We drove to Stateline, NV filled up with gas and stopped to have breakfast at Goldstrike Casino …
... shops and although we managed to spend some money we weren't all that impressed by it lol We also done our first Denny American diner whilst at Gilroy, Michael enjoyed it because he could tailor it to his liking 🍔🍟☕️Ӿ 48; We got back on the road about 5 ish for the last 200 odd miles to Bakersfield !! Michael is doing brilliantly with the driving as ...
... good! We were all thrilled to walk away winners!
After a long haul today, made more fun by yakking on the walkie-talkies with our travelling mates, tonight finds us in the Bakersfield Walmart, sharing chili, salad and cornbread and doing planning for our 5-night stint at Lake Cahuilla, our first "relax, we're on holiday" location! More on that in the next blog...
Two Drifters, signing off
... burgers they said a little prayer. We did think we spotted the guy from The Blind Side.
- The USA has flies too – yep annoying and sticky.
- We saw the first sheep of our journey. We spotted them about 40 miles outside Bakersfield.
We arrived at Bakersfield and for a place of 340 000 it seemed ...
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 ...