Joshua Tree Inn
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... world's Joshua trees grow here. They are not really a tree, but a species of yucca. A majority are pretty scrawny, but there were many fine specimens. However, I think the best feature of this park are all the boulder stacks throughout the area. They create many strange, eerie formations including Skull Rock ( very cool). You not only have the pleasure of seeing them but also the fun of ...
... focus so between that and the heat, the poolside relaxation is a very good one. After an hour or so by the pool we go for dinner at a great Cuban-American place called Ricks Desert Grill. Quite cheap but excellent food and amazingly good mojitos. So even though we're a bit disappointed we didn't get to try the next-door BBQ place that's supposedly amazing, we end a great day on a high note. Tomorrow we're off to LA.
... Anyway , I had the usual... Cheese enchiladas with salsa verde. And to accompany the meal a nice margarita was in order. Of course the Flats were anxious about eating and wanted food right away as you can tell by Flat Bill's silverware on hand pose on the menu. Flat Ada was a little more patient until the margarita came to the table then all hell broke loose when the two bumped heads trying to ...
... bugs, etc.
We spent 3 nights in Josh, with bouldering being the main focus. Unlike Bishop, there isn't much to do here, other than taking in the blistering scenery. Plus everything is a 20 mile drive, so we tried to keep our mileage down and stay within the crags. We did take time during the sweltering midday sun to visit the (air conditioned) visitor centre and grab a smoothie at a nearby cafe. In this cafe there was a large atlas on the ...
... mystical about the Joshua Trees all lined up in the quiet of the desert, while the sun sets behind the huge boulders.
We saw Barker Dam, used in the 1850s when cattle grazed up here. There was also some Native America petroglyphs.
We drove to Keys View. From there it is possible to see across the Coachella Valley, and to see the San Andreas fault line, which causes the earthquakes in California. The plates move an inch every year. Upon returning to our ...