Pete & Jan's Travels travel blog

Leaving Lancaster behind, but still in the desert (Hwy 14)

Turning onto Hwy 58

Funny looking trees

 

The SS Minnow

Starting to see the oak trees

Looking down on Bakersfield

Pete had to get a photo of the speedometer...look at the number...

Future wine

Must be having cold weather

Stinky cows ! Pete said its the smell of money...they still stink

Out in the farming country on Interstate 5

Dark clouds ahead, it poured on us

Rows upon rows of citrus trees.

 

We've driven through Sacramento several times & have never hit heavy traffic...amazing...

 

Traffic never got any heavier than this

Sacramento River

Parked at the Elks in Redding

Pete's baby parked in the shade.

My dear friend Toni, Verdugo Hills High School Alumni


We left Lancaster on the 27th & headed for Redding, Ca.(driving 545 miles). We actually are working our way to Eugene, Oregon...we are in need of a repair on the 5th-wheel...we think. We had a puddle of water under it while in Lancaster & think it was a water pressure issue that took a toll on a water line seal. Hey...this rig is 10 years old already, bound to be something going haywire.

Anyways, since we were having to pass through Redding , we decided to stop in & see my high school friend Toni (still best friends). We stayed at the Elks Lodge for 2 nites.

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