Joshua Tree Inn
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... to be like at all. Luckily, it is not too hot by desert standards and we take a walk to a damn built by some of the early settlers. En route we do some rock climbing, see hieroglyphics left by the Indian tribes that were the early visitors to the area and come across a snake crossing our path. We also see some dark clouds in the near distance. Although neither of us has given the Park Entrance our mobile numbers - a message is sent to Jane's ...
... In the valley itself there is an surprising amount of vegetation and the variety of flowers, bushes and trees is larger than we expected to see. The rock formations comes in all shapes and forms and sometimes almost look like they are painted. They're hard to describe so we'll let the pictures do the talking.
The second hike is another mile-long loop called Barkers Dam which was built to support cattle herders. The ...
And still waiting for our luggage....here is another picture from yesterday. Cris pauses on the 6 mile Window Trail loop to catch her breath while John catches a photo in the late afternoon sun. The easy packed path looped around big piles of soft, rounded rocks, cactus, flowers, birds and the light winds under blue skies were perfect. One of the best trails we've done in a long time. The Window Trail is one of three hikes we did Thursday. > ...
... a less serious note, Spotify isn’t accessible here (even with internet connection).
I feel so ridiculous, sitting in this tent, crying and wishing I could play guitar and be home with everyone I love when this was my “trip of a lifetime”. Hopefully some more reading and a good night’s rest will be the remedy.
What I’ve learned today: I’m not Africa tough, and, honestly, I don’t care to ...
... this huge RV park you do not walk to the restrooms or the swimming pool but you take your Quad or car to take you there. In the morning we leave this horrible place as quickly as possible. More desert roads await us with the only excitement on the way are the Dips in the road that feel like a roller coaster. Have to refrain from hitting the metal with the pedal when we go through these Dips ;-). Then we arrive in Joshua Tree National Park and find ...