Travel Blogs from Los Banos
... yard - we tried the oranges, quite edible but a little tangy - still need a bit more ripening. Left the lemons alone for now. Melissa had brought over some Texas ruby red grapefruit - they are very delicious and sweet - no sugar needed.
Lunch and dinner allowed us to reconnect with a couple more of our cousins: Bill and Norman. We didn't get to see Ray or Ron.
... bring your own bottled water.
Fee: $20 / 4 hours or $25 for more than 4 hours
RV Hookups: Yes
Lodging: Yes - Cabins
Clothing Optional: Yes - separate area
Private Tubs; Yes - extra fee
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... where I was able to ride through the trunk. Eventually I made it to the north end of San Francisco and arrived at the Golden Gate Bridge. What an amazing structure to see in real life. It is huge, red and impressive even though the fog blocked out the top parts of the towers. As I crossed the bridge thousands of people were on bicycles, or walking, or running on the very wide sidewalks on both sides of the bridge. I ended up in downtown San Francisco, ...
A good night's sleep can really help an attitude the was on the verge hopelessness. In my case, I had been dwelling on he water problem, the people that would probably rather not be riding a bike, and a multitude of other things that or political, but appropriate for discussion in this forum. It is getting light right now, I have hot water, in which I made instant coffee, that turned out more like espresso. I can hear the Coyote's howling and greeting ...
... added. I like it ok, and I don't cramp up. However, I will make one point about first impressions on a bicycle. In all of the towns I have been through, there a lot thieves, "crack-heads and all around nasty people riding around looking for something to steal. Yes, I am stereotyping, profiling and whatever anyone wants to call it but, I think that I could back-up these claims. One reason I say that is because when I approach someone to ...