Joshua Tree Inn
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- Microwave in room
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... a good chance to drive without it being as hectic as the American freeways. We arrived at the campsite at 6pm and started cooking our tinned food with the cooker for the first time on the road trip! We ate Chilli Con Carne and vegetables which was great until we found there is no tap in the campsite or sink in the bathroom so washing the pans will be quite ...
... below 3,000 ft.). In 2013 a flash flood exposed heavy metals from an old mine so a lot of this area was closed to us frail humans. I was limited to driving across the desert. Not much of interest except for a large area of Cholla cacti. Ugly suckers, but I found them to be strangely attractive. Moving into the western portion it becomes the Mojave Desert ( above 3,000 ft.). Much better. Most ...
... largest Joshua Trees and it turns out to be a great photo op.
By now, we've had our fair share of rocks, trees and desert so we decide to start making our way back to Palm Springs. The 1 hr drive shoudl allow us to get back to the hotel just in time for happy hour when they serve cocktails by the pool - got to ensure we stay hydrated while in the desert. The drive back is quite fast, but driving that road downhill in a huge SUV ...
... down from California to Florida and I listened to every single one of them that night…. we vowed to pay more attention to the roads near us in future...
crossing the joshua tree national park, our sense of awe at the desert returned. the vegetation and scenery is bizarre and unlike anything we have experience so far. huge white granite rock formations are surrounded by the really strange looking Joshua trees. these are like Yucca plants ...
... Forest ended his run across America. As Monument Valley is in the Navajo Indian Reserve everything is run by the Navajo. This is one of the biggest Indian Reserves in the USA. The drive through Monument Valley is not suited for RV’s so we arrange to do a half day tour the next day. On this tour you get to see all the famous red rock monuments like the left and right Mitten, the Buttresses and of course the John Wayne viewpoint. We relax a bit in ...