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JanisJ - I know you hate I-5 but....

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.... I went down to Los Banos last Saturday. Between Westley and Crow's Landing, the Valley was blooming! Yes, the almonds and apricots are in full bloom and it was so beautiful. Particularly on this stretch of I-5 that is above the valley, you could look out for miles over the orchards. At Crow's Landing, the almond trees are right next to the freeway on both sides, so I rolled down my windows and aahhh, it smelled so sweet.

So, if you ever get a chance, take your ragtop for a spin! I met my mom and sister and we had lunch at one of the few old fashioned Basque restaurants left, The Woolgrowers. Simple but great food.

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