Quality Inn North
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'd always promised I would visit, but I never really expected it to be for quite so long, and for the stay to be quite so chilled.
Video games, fighting with the dog, movies, Supernatural, Guardians of the Galaxy, ...
... 37 miles into Fresno to the Blackstone North RV Park which is right near any and all kinds of shopping we may need. It's an older RV park but very well maintained, mature trees for shade, extra wide sites with nice grassy side yards and surprisingly quiet for being right in town. We even went to a Trader Joes.
It's a lovely evening to just sit outside and take it easy. Nick rigged his TV up outside to watch ...
... of underground rooms but some of that has been destroyed due to "progress" like a new highway needed to be built. Now it is being threatened again by a new high speed rail being built.
We are now in Bakersfield (relaxing again). The end of the week we will make our way to Los Angeles where Ken has a couple of cousins to visit.
A stop along the way was in a town named Kingsburg, settled by Swedes and still has that atmosphere. ...
... on. Since we're also close to home, we're prepared for anything that could happen, though sometimes that cannot work out so well. Let's just hope that nothing goes wrong when we get back home. We plan to go by bike, Tou's idea, as I wanted to go by foot. He said it was faster and safer that way. I thought it was a good workout for him since he was never one to agree to such matters. I didn't want to have a debate over the topic and just decided to go along it. ...
... their independent coffee shops and roasting houses. It's certainly worth the drive if you are visiting San Francisco and have a few days to spare. You can hire a bike and tour 4-6 vineyards in one day as you go and if you get too bladderheyday the wine they will come pick you up, it beats the drink driving that the Americans all seem to do. As we headed further North to the lake region you start climbing and the scenery changes from valley and vineyards to mountains, big ...