Motel 6 Bakersfield South
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As always, the motel was clean and quiet. The staff were great.
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... stop at Needles, because the forecast there was for 114 degrees. Bakersfield is soooooo much cooler at 104.
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Well I didn’t have much for small hens but I did have a couple of chicken thighs in the freezer. I took the thighs out and when they were thawed put them into a pan with cut up carrots, onions, a little garlic, some left over potatoes, salt and pepper. I roasted them for an hour at 325 F. I set up a table on our coffee table so we could be closer to the TV.
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