Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!

Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!
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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Christmas Day Adventures

Usually we love driving on Christmas day because of no or very little traffic, but since we didn’t get off the lot as early as we anticipated, and being dirty and tired, we didn’t make it to Bakersfield as we had wanted. We only made it about 50 miles down the road to the Kit Fox RV Park in Patterson, California. See our separate review on our blog or at RV Parking and all the photos on our Picasa Web Albums.


Then we had planned to drive to Bakersfield today, but due to the weather forecast of dense fog, rain, and very high winds, we chose to just stay put for another night.


We caught up on our laundry and had Christmas breakfast at Denny’s. For so many years when we were in our stationary home, our daughter worked on Christmas, we always wondered who goes to Denny’s on Christmas? We now know, the place was packed.


We hope all of our readers have a fun and safe holiday season!

3 comments:

Ali said...

Merry Christmas Kimberly & Jerry

That peppermint mocha looked lovely! I had one similar to that this morning with our breakfast. We made it as far as Moses Lake and decided to stop. We had hit some strong winds and I think it took its toll on Ron with the motor home. So we are off the road and at a Best Western. They have power hookups in the parking lot for truckers and told us we could plug in...no charge.

Ron decided an evening in a hotel was what he wanted. No complaints from me...it is a treat to stay in a hotel. We head to Newport, WA tomorrow and then Post Falls on Monday.

We are taking it easy getting there. Once the kids arrive on Tuesday we will be on the go with the grands! Hope you have had a good day. Merry Christmas.

Carol K said...

Thanks for the review of Kit Fox RV Park. I noticed it in the Camp Club USA information and it's on my list as a good place along I-5 to stay. Merry Christmas, Kimberly and Jerry!

The Gypsy G-Mas said...

I remember as a kid when a holiday was a holiday and all the business in town were closed. You stayed at home with your family. These days there's always something open. We chose to go see a moving yesterday afternoon and one of the workers said that Christmas is their busiest day of the year! Glad to hear that you had a relaxing and quiet Christmas. Maybe you were meant to stay put for an extra night for just that reason! :) Safe travels