At long last. The last day of our trip is nearing. This is the last day of our sight seeing, but it is jam packed with places not close to each other and early close times. After leaving the hotel we went straight to the Walmart there. Continue reading “Yabba Dabba Do and the Race Against Time”
We had an in-between day from road trip stops. But we had plenty to keep us busy on the road. On the 12th, during our drive, we stopped and visited family that lived along the way. Continue reading “Uh What State Am I In?!”
It was a good feeling knowing I was about to leave Vegas. Until I tried to leave it, that is. All the on ramps near me were closed for I-15 Southbound. We kept going in circles and getting lost, which of course leads to frustration. Continue reading “Zzyzx and Mojave”
May 10th, 2018
Today was one of the very rare travel days where we didn’t have to get up early. I had gotten us tickets for the Neon Museum Tour in the early afternoon. If you love history or just classic Vegas, you need to see this place! Continue reading “Las Vegas Part Duex”
May 9th, 2018
I call myself an Angel but friends and family might disagree with that…anyways…Vegas. Ooh Vegas. We came into Vegas from Highway 93. Continue reading “An Angel in Sin City”
May 8th, 2018.
We started out our trip just fine. Woke up at 3:30 am and hit the road at 4 am. Arrived in Baker, Nevada ,the town the park is in, at 11 am, with the time change. Continue reading “Great Basin National Park”
After our abysmal trip to Hearst Castle, we kept headed on down the coast to better things. The drive down the coast is the most beautiful drive I have ever been on. If we had been able to fully drive down it and see the Calla Lillies in Big Sur, my heart would be full. Another trip for another year for that lovely view. Continue reading “A Country Girl Caught in L.A. Traffic”
Hearst Castle- basically a dream house.
No better way to start off a vacation than being stranded right? We flew into San Francisco to start out trip down the coast and collect some National Park Stamps. Since I don’t have a credit card, I use my debit card, I thoroughly investigate car rental companies. I researched and researched and according to what I had read at the time, Enterprise was the one to go with. I’ve used them before and really liked them. This situation was different, so I made sure everything would be ok. And it should have been. Continue reading “Stranded in The Bay”
A true ghost town would be one you can’t even find right? In that case, we “found” a few ghost towns and “abandoned” buildings. And by found I mean they were gone. Much to my dismay. But those were not the first stop of the day, thankfully. Who wants to start their day off on the wrong foot? Continue reading “A True Ghost Town”