Vagabond Inn Fresno
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... keep me going.
Roadtrips and cruises always make me feel as if I am accomplishing a goal even though all you're really doing is driving along highways or cruising the Ocean. It's the idea that you are going from point A to Point B, but is is at a much slower pace than flying. And when you get to Point B on a Roadtrip or Cruise, it feels Amazing!
It's the same thing in life. As an aspiring Entrepreneur, I have so many ideas. I already want ...
... 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. ...
... was quite a blast.
The souvenir we bought our teacher costs rather at a weird price. I didn't buy it because I didn't know what to buy. It was kind of at the moment thing that we did because we thought it would be nice to buy her something. We did but I had no clue what it was. It was to be a surprise to know what it is. Tou kept it hidden but I didn't really ...
... 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 ...