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Oct 8, 2016 - 2nd Update

October 3, 2016 (Monday): Left Denver by 7:00 AM so that we could get to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison NP early enough in the late afternoon to see the spectacle. We knew nothing about this National Park, so Betty and I were pleasantly surprised. The Gunnison River has carved this crevasse the way the Colorado River carved the Grand Canyon. In fact, they are very similar but the distance across the canyon in the Black Canyon is probably about a ½ mile, whereas the distance across the Grand Canyon is probably 5 miles. The distance to the...

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Mar 7, 2015 - Oxnard- Channel Islands

Today we went out for Breakfast I had French toast with bacon and it was yum. Then we drove to the hotel but we stopped at Santa Barbara. We saw some Pelicans and a whale in the water. The whale was jumping up and down. In the night we had a spa at the hotel and the hotel is two stories high. Our spa is private. Love Ollie

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Jul 17, 2012 - Oxnard Family visit

Today we left Tito June's house and we headed to Tita Linda's house. Nana and Daddy said she was sick. Her daughter was there so i met her too. We left from there and Tito June took us to a Filipino restaurant by his house called Gerry's. I got the bbq, pork belly, rice. They gave us so much rice. Then we went back to their house and Tito RZ was already there to pick us up. We're sleeping in his house tonight. We bought chocolate milk first. I played with kiera for a little bit and we went to sleep. Jordan and i slept on a mattress on tge...

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Jun 28, 2012 - Hot Days

109 is HOT! Even though it's a dry heat, it is soooo HOT! Then add a 50 mph wind and you feel like your in an induction oven. Going into California was pretty miserable with the heat; constantly watching the trucks gauges, stopping to give her a break occasionally. We had two drops in our delivery. Our first in Ontario, on the far eastern edge of Los Angeles area and our second in Oxnard, on the far western side of Los Angeles area. We left our first drop by 6:30 am, hoping it was enough time to get us the 99 miles to Oxnard before rush...

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May 4, 2012 - Playing Catch-Up

As I am SO far behind, I will just fill in via point for my cool map, and highlight our loads to get things caught up. After delivering our Mushrooms, we did a drop and hook in Bradenton, Florida (blowing the horn when we went past Brooksville) picking up a load of juice going to Walnut, California. It went to a container transfer place, which probably means its going on a ship over the Pacific. Needing to get home, the best load got us heading into Minnesota. We had a 2 pick-up produce in Bakersfield and Oxnard, which mainly consisted of...

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Oct 23, 2011 - Down the road towards LA

On our way to LA. We stopped in a small town, Slovang, founded by Danish Americans from the midwest in 1910. Nine thousand acres of land was purchased to start a Danish Colony and folk school. The town was very quaint with danish architecture. In the upstairs of the Book Loft/Kaffe Haus was a Hans Christian Andersen Museum. Very informative. Not only was he a master of writing childrens fairy tales (Princess and the Pea, Snow Queen, Little Mermaid, etc) he also was an accomplished artist in intricate paper cuttings. An enjoyable stop and...

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May 15, 2010 - Channel Islands National Park

Today we visited the Channel Islands National Park. The park is made up of five of the eight islands off the coast of souhern California. The area was designated a national Monument in 1938 and was upgraded to a national park in 1980. With over 140 endemic species of plants and animals, the Channel Islands have been called the Galapagos of the United States. We only had time (and money) to visit one island, Anacapa. Anacapa was a Coast Guard Station and still has an operating lighthouse. Anacapa is a sanctuary for the brown pelican (a...

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May 12, 2010 - Catalina Island

Today, we took a ferry ride over to Santa Catalina Island--simply known as Catalina -- for the day. This island is part of the Channel Islands Chain. There is a National Park in these islands. Anyway, Avalon, founded in 1887, is the main city on the island. At one time, William Wrigley (the chewing gum Wrigleys) owned the entire island. Now it is a popular resort location with all kinds of touristy thing to do. Kayaking, scuba, bike riding, snorkeling, and parasailing are some of the diversions offered here. In addition, there are tours of...

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Oct 30, 2009 - Oxnard: les plages, enfin

Nous repartons vers notre camping qui s’avère être très bien situé et garni de palmiers énormes. Nous avons un beau site qui nous rappelle celui que nous avions l’hiver dernier à Fort Myers. L’entourage est calme et les autres campeurs semblent être là à l’année. Une voisine vient nous voir car elle a reconnu notre plaque du Québec. Elle est toute énervé de cela car son mari est québécois, il travaille dans un garage Nissan de Ventura et habite les US depuis 12 ans. Nous partons avec le Jeep pour voir les plages et les beaux coins de cette...

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Oct 29, 2009 - En route pour Los Angeles

Ce matin, vers 9 heures, nous avons quitté Salinas avec le motorisé afin de poursuivre notre descente vers le sud. Nous nous arrêtons cette fois à 275 milles de là, à Oxnard, pas loin de Los Angeles. Nous stationnons à un Walmart pour la nuit car le terrain de camping où nous voulons aller ne sera disponible que demain. Sur la route 101 que nous avons suivi pour venir à Oxnard, nous avons vu encore d’immenses champs de laitue, des vignobles et, assez surprenant, des petits champs de pétrole avec des extracteurs. Nous avons rencontré de...

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Aug 28, 2009 - Glad I'm not the only one

I'm finding that observing people is one of my favorite pastimes while sitting around allowing time to pass. Yesterday an elderly couple pulled in for an overnight stop. I watched them from the window while sitting at the kitchen table. He got out and observed the site much like I did the other day. For all the good it did him, a few minutes later he was backing in with his wife directing. Then the yelling started. This is where I think the walkie talkies come in handy, you can say anything you want without everyone else hearing the kind...

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Sep 21, 2008 - Day Fifteen On the Road Again

The hotel manager forced us to leave San Diego this morning. Seems "Sug" (our Caddy) was getting restless and creating quite a ruckus in the parking garage. She was teasing the other cars about the road trip she was on, and they were jealous! Therefore, we left San Diego in a rush (Bum's) about noon today. Glad to be "on the road again". Hopped on Historic Route 1 at Torrey Pines (home of the golf course and the Salk Institute),through Carlsbad, San Clemente (President Nixon's Western White House),Laguna Beach, and Newport Beach($$$$). We...

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