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 …
... side) is where southbound lanes had crossed under us.
Climbed to 4144 before we started our 5 mile decent down to our current 400.
Just before we came to Bakersfield we went through a place called Tejan Ranch where they were building a large outlet mall and a large distribution center. After looking it up it appears it is the largest continuous privately held land (270,000 acres or 422 square miles). They will ...
... out of the way. Earlier, I had gone to the RV office to settle up when a RV park worker was using a high powered blower to remove dirt, leaves and other things from surrounding campsites. While he didn't do ours - Dolly was the recipient of several blasts and covered with high velocity dust and dirt - just after a shower. She wasn't happy.
This campground, is OK. While not perfect, it has full mature trees, water, electric, decent ...
3:45 a.m. arrives fairly quickly, but we're up and ready to go. Our scheduled taxi arrives and takes us directly and quickly to the airport. We have made a command decision to check our bags for the flights home not wanting the hassle on the way back. Check-in runs smoothly; we are a good two hours ahead of our flight which is on time. We have a very short layover in Frankfurt. It ...
... many tourists stop at with a row of pick-up trucks out the front and big beefy Americans in cowboy hats sitting at the bar, still they made us feel welcome. I’m glad Mark knows the tipping etiquette as I wouldn’t have a clue. On to the Sequioa National park. We had to change our plans to visit the General Sherman (biggest Sequioa tree in the world) this was due to the fact that the fog in the hills was so bad we couldn’t ...