Yank’s RV Resort – AGAIN

I was looking for a place a place for Cristy and I to go this weekend. I originally wanted to go back up to Durango RV Resort up in Red Bluff but they were booked solid for the weekend. I called around and found that Yanks had ONE MORE SPOT open for this weekend so I booked it. It was a long weekend with a my normal Friday off and then Monday being a holiday. Seems everyone had the same idea. I picked up the Lance on Thursday evening after work and drove it home to plug it in for the night. I also turned the refrigerator on to get it cooled down before we put food in it on Friday morning.

Friday

We loaded food and clothes up on Friday morning and after I checked all the air pressures in the tires we finally hit the road around 10:30am. The drive down I-5 was easy as the wind was at our backs. Driving over Pacheco Pass was fairly stress-free as well due to the lag of big rigs crawling over the steep incline. I was white knuckles the first time driving over but this time I felt very relaxed. We pulled over once for a potty break in the trailer and then finally pulled into Yanks at around 1:30pm. Note that one new change they have implemented is that you now pick up your check-in paperwork outside the front gate rather than in the front office. The nice lady told me they were supposed to call me. Nope. No call. And no big deal as I walked back out the front gate picked up my packet which was basically the park map with our site indicated and the best path to get to it. We drove right to it and quickly settled into the spacious 70-foot pull through site.

We were situated on the very end right next to the (super-clean, brand new) combo bathroom and shower rooms. Each bathroom has a toilet, sink, and shower with marble floors and walls. Very nice and clean. We also had a great view of the hills to the east and Pinnacles National Park. We spent the first day taking a nap, walking around the park, grilling burgers on our Blackstone griddle, and then watching a movie. We watched the marine layer (San Francisco fog basically) roll in while we ate dinner. And that was pretty much it for the first day. My favorite kind of day!

Saturday

On Saturday we slept in and then headed down to Paso Robles to get some lunch. We’ve been through Paso many times over the years but have never been to their downtown area. We headed down 13th street and found some free street parking and then started walking through the small but lively downtown area. Even in the age of COVID it’s a pretty nice place, it must have really been something before the lockdowns. We settled on a restaurant called Fish Goucho on Park Street. It was very good and very pricey! That’s okay, God has blessed me with work throughout this pandemic so I’m happy to help out businesses who are struggling to stay open. Afterwards we strolled down to City Park. It was remarkably clean and free of homeless folks. The centerpiece of the park is the Public Library, which, is closed. Still a beautiful park. Then we walked back to Park Street and stopped at Brown Butter Cookie Company. Cristy bought some gluten-free chocolate-mint cookies with sea salt. I bought some regular cinnamon cookies. All of them were very good but a little on the sweet side. We then walked up to Spearhead Coffee for a couple of latte’s. We drank our coffee at one of their sidewalk tables and watched the fog burn off. The warm sun and the warm coffee felt very nice after the chilly foggy morning.

We headed back to the truck and then drove back to the RV resort. We took showers in their bathroom which is very nice! Nice to take a LONG HOT shower. The rest of the day was just kicking back in the trailer watching the wind blow outside. We watched another movie I had downloaded. Then after dinner clean up and did pretty much nothing until bed time.

I love days like that.

Sunday

We slept in on Sunday morning and then watched our church services online. After lunch we decided to drive up to Pinnacles National Park. It was a little cold and damp but we’d never been there so we wanted to try it out AND it was only a 30 minute drive from our RV park. When we got there we found that the park and visitor center was closed although, they were allowing free access to the hiking trails. We parked along side the road just outside the gates as the parking lot was full. Apparently a lot of people knew there was no charge to enter the park at this time. We just decided to hike one of the smaller loops as it was pretty damp and chilly up there. The peaks there spend much of their time in fog that comes down from Monterey Bay. After our decidedly short time at Pinnacles we headed back down. We spent the remainder of the day relaxing even MORE when we got back to the trailer.

Monday

Monday was travel day heading back home. We pulled out of the park at about 10:30am and made the 3 hour drive back home. Traffic was heavier going home but still not too bad. Not much to write about on travel days. They are what they are. I will add that my personal travel maximums are: drive no more than two hours before taking a break, travel no farther than two hundred miles, stay no less that two days. It’s my 2:2:2 rule. I don’t always abide by it but it’s my goal. Well, that was our trip to Greenfield, CA and Yank’s RV Resort. On to planning our March trip. See you next time.

Absolute Proof by Mike Lindell

You may know Mike Lindell as the Pillow Guy, inventor and seller of MyPillow. He is also a great patriot and has put together a documentary will all the evidence of election fraud in the 2020 presidential election. It is detailed and long but if you want to know everything that happened to bring us to where we are, it’s a great watch.

Watch it on Rumble:

https://rumble.com/vdlbl7-absolute-proof-mike-lindell-election-documentary-full.html

What’s Going On

I haven’t been able to update this blog much lately due to just being flat out busy and somewhat lazy. Here is what my life has been like in a nutshell…

Work

I’ve been working a lot of overtime working on the home stretch of a monster project at work. We have a major disaster recovery project going on to provide network redundancy to all our hospital network switches and also set up an off-site disaster recovery data center. The major pieces are in place now it’s just adding all the little pieces in that connect to it. Just takes time and when I do have time off I’m just wiped out. I am counting the days until I can retire.

Family

All is mostly good except for my son Scotty. He is pretty much a prisoner in his home thanks to Governor Newsom. If you are a California voter please sign the petition to recall Newsom. The rest of the family has been doing well. My daughter Angela is considering expanding her horizons in looking for a job. North Carolina anyone? Cristy’s mother is hanging in there although she is a fall risk so we haven’t been able to leave her for very long. She also has some cancer that needs to be looked at but she is refusing to go to the hospital as she doesn’t want to be quarantined. She’s afraid of dying alone in the hospital or a nursing home. She’d rather die at home.

Hobbies

RV travel has had to take a back seat as we are worried about Cristy’s mother falling. Instead, we go to the storage lot and spend the day in the trailer just relaxing; reading, watching TV, or napping! I still fly when I can. I flew yesterday for an hour but hadn’t flown since early December. I talk to my friends on my Ham radio daily too.

The coming year

Our hope and prayer is that the COVID-19 Pandemic comes to an end. We do not believe it to be as deadly a disease as the media is portraying it. We believe it to be a largely political tool being used to usher in worldwide societal change. Our prayer is that this change does not happen. We are hopeful.

Voting Irregularities

The makers of voting machines used in much of the USA, Dominion and Smartmatic have consitently claimed that their machines do not connect to the Internet. BLXWare and 3Net Labs have proven differently. Take a look at this web page which shows Internet traffic between voting aggregation machines in various parts of the USA and the rest of the world.

https://www.blxware.org/scorecard/index.html

Georgia Election Fraud

Basically, there was widespread election fraud in the 2020 Presidential US Election. How did they do it? Here is ONE way. This is an explanation by Sherrie Engler, a graphic designer. She based her explanation off the testimony given by Jovan Pulitzer at a hearing conducted by Georgia State Legislature.

Her twitter thread on ballots in Georgia. 

1. As a Graphic Designer with a degree, I didn’t understand why so many ballots were spit out as unreadable by the voting machines on November 3rd.  But after watching Jovan Pulitzers testimony today in Georgia I now completely understand. Let me explain..

2. As a graphic designer all elements/layers of my design must line up in order to print on the paper properly.  Otherwise it can put out blurred images on the final product at the printing shop. The printing machines follow something put on my art/documents

3. called “Registration Marks”. Every student in Graphic Designer in college is stressed that these are never to be off or you are wasting the printers time and the clients time. Which is very bad, graphic designers get fired for this.

4. Back in the old days when we did this work by hand it was easy to make these mistakes, before the computers…I’m dating myself here because that’s when I started…before computers. Now I design everything on computers that go to a printer.

5. On computer software, say photoshop for example, we no longer make these mistakes because the software sets all registration marks electronically every time in every layer of our art/document. In Mr. Pulitzers testimony he points out that

6. the Registration Marks (he called bullseye/target) are not lined up in the predominantly Republican areas voters voting papers. And he shows you that the Democratic areas voters voting papers are perfectly accurate Registration Marks.  See below

7. You can see the Republican areas voter documents were off on the Registration Marks.  Very off. Because these are documents meant to be scanned by a counter, those bad Registration Marks will toss the document out as uncountable.

8. Why was this print run allowed to proceed?  Any print manager would have seen this in the printers proof and rejected the print run.  How did the Registration Marks get misaligned?

9. Who printed these ballots?  I have more that a few questions for them, like who designed these Republican areas ballots? Why weren’t they corrected? Why are the missing barcodes on the Democrat ballots? I can think of many more questions.  I bet you can too.

10. I bet I’m not the only Graphic Designer out there today to make this connection finally to the tabulation machines rejection rates now.

11. Jovan Pulitzer’s testimony today if you want to watch.

This is just one way the election was stolen in just one state. This happened across many states. Add to that votes were changed electronically. More to come on that.

The Dead Come Back To Life

If I find this is not true I’ll retract it but… Christopher Reeves is alive!

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COVID-19 Tests Are Flawed

Undercover DC published a great article on how the COVID-19 nasal swab test everyone is taking is deeply flawed. It was based on a guess of what the virus was. My personal opinion is that the test is actually testing for the common cold. Read the article and decide for yourself.

https://uncoverdc.com/2020/12/03/ten-fatal-errors-scientists-attack-paper-that-established-global-pcr-driven-lockdown/

Preponderance Of Evidence

So many in the American mass media keep claiming that President Trump has no evidence of voter fraud.

No evidence? Click the link below to get a PhD on how to steal an election. Then tell me there is no evidence.

The 2020 Election Evidence Project.