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Preparing for a short trip can be quite easy, BUT, preparing for a six week adventure can be
some what nervous, exciting and wondering what should I pack and knowing that I should only Pack the essentials. Sam drove me to the airport in Fresno and helped me check in and then
waits until he can't see me any more. I'm on my own until the plane takes off for San Francisco,
... of WalMart. (Old people sometimes use at least 2 lanes to turn a corner.) Last I looked the temperature was 105. (Old people like it hot.) And we had to use extreme caution in the parking lots, no yielding to pedestrians here. Lots of concrete, industrial areas and oodles of retail as in any other urban area USA. Unfortunately, very little, if any, green space. Gone are the orchards and vineyards that we so enjoyed ...
... Alcatraz is home to several bird species our favourite being the Snowy Egrets which had long white feathers that made them look a bit like old men with long white beards. Before we left the island we watched a video about its history and saw a couple having a domestic fight in front of everyone waiting to catch the ferry back (we were embarrassed for them, although it did help pass the time).
After Alcatraz we had lunch on ...
... br> We left early so we could cut through Death Valley but to get there we pretty much had to go to LA then around the long way. Each stop for fuel etc strange men would open doors for me and it didn't matter about skin tone as I had it all. I think their mother's did a great job on them.
Much later in the desert we came to a servo. I went in laughing about how I was going to be attacked etc as it was a strange joint. I was gone for awhile as ...
... year - Don't think I would really want to meet one - they would be mighty hungry coming out of hibernation.
We don't know if it was combination of jet lag, high altitude or the cold, and hiking that had us exhausted by the time we reached the car park, but was nice to sit on warm seat back in the truck.
Left the Park via hwy 198 - much more twisty road and comes out at 3 Rivers. Headed back to Dinuba for the night.