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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Sun & Fun RV Park in Tulare, California

The ride to Tulare, Ca. was pretty good other then mountains, threatening skies and winds. We only had about 140 miles to go and it was an easy drive from Acton, Ca. We took Hwy 14 to I-5 to Hwy 99. Hwy 14 & I-5 were a little rough but Hwy 99 was a really nice road. We pulled out of the park with our friends Norm & Chris in the lead position today. Our goal is San Francisco with Tulare being a overnight stop.

On the way we saw thousands of Vineyards and Olive Trees and other crops

More Oil rigs and CALIFORNIA cows!

We pulled into the Sun & Fun RV Park around 1:30 in the afternoon. It was a GREAT park for a stopover or even a few days...
Great cement pads, 50amp, good water pressure and sewer.

They also take Passport America & Good Sam's Club. They had a nice clean pool area!

Here is Tassie on her pad and then Tassie with our friends Norm & Chris's rig. They enjoyed being next to eachother...

It was a nice park and we sat outside visiting after we arrived... It wasn't long before all heck broke out and a BAD sandstorm came in. It was so bad you couldn't even see about 20 feet in front of you. We all scurried into our own homes and hid. A little later it rained and rained and rained some more. We have never been in a sandstorm so it was a little scary for us.

Sorry no pictures of the sandstorm!!! I was concerned about sand in my lens...

Until Later... Have FUN, Travel Safe & Enjoy Everyday!


11 comments:

santamaker said...

Hey Donna...What a fun time you have in you rv! Wow California is so pretty! Hugz, friend!

Margie M. said...

The central San Joaquin Valley can have sandstorms in spring or fall or thick tule fog in the winter time. At least your RV park was great. Nice pics of the place.

Safe travels and enjoy the view.

Stacey said...

Fun, fun, fun!!

Happytrails said...

Sandstorms....now that would be a new one for us too. Sounds like it could be scary. Glad you all made it through with no harm.

Have fun on your journey and travel safely. :)

Hugs,
Mike & Gerri (http://freedom2roll.blogspot.com)

Hootin' Anni said...

Beautiful scenes Donna. And the olive groves...I remember all of them in AZ too. We had 5 trees of our own, but I never picked 'em...don't know how to cure them in brine. LOL

The sandstorms...ewww, spooky. I've been in 'em and know just how dangerous they are. And thing is you can't pull off the road to wait it out either, 'cause the other drivers can't SEE you.

sue and doug said...

nice to have a 'convoy' to travel with!!..love the photos through the windshield..those are my favourite kind..bug spatter and all!!..safe travels to you and your friends!!
cheers!!

Jerry and Suzy said...

Tulare? We've never stopped there, wonder why. We've driven I-5 (by necessity sometimes) but much prefer 99, and even better is US 101. We've been caught in a sand storm in Deming, NM. Already in our site, thank God. I-10 was closed down andc a thousand million trucks pulled off into huge parking areas nearby. You were fortunate to already be in your site also, for that storm. And then RAIN!

Love Bears All Things said...

A little more green in these photos.
sounds like your adventures include the unexpected. I hope you're keeping a journal for the future. It is so nice to go back and read after a few years.
Mama Bear

Renee said...

Great pictures. Have fun!

Gail Durham said...

Sandstorms can't be fun in a motor home. Sounds scary. Travel safe!!!!

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