Joshua Tree Inn
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... go early in the morning or near sunset to avoid the heat. I'd never seen cactus so tall.
White Sands National Monument in New Mexico is an easy detour and can be viewed on a simple loop drive, or you can hike around the dunes or backpack in to tent camp(that's what we did). White Sand dunes appear to stretch on infinitely. We arrived just in time to catch sunset and woke up for sunrise. There is very little life out here except ...
... have seen in Vietnam and New Zealand. We have a quick lunch at a quirky cafe in the town of Joshua Tree (during which Charlie manages to wind us up by refusing to eat his lunch). We are sitting outside waiting for our sandwiches when it starts to rain - only a little and for a very short time. Not what we expected though - in the desert!
Then we head into the park. Wow! What an amazing and varied place - as Indie said, not what she expected ...
... at Fox Den Country Club.
Ray and I have been on four major rides together.
In 2009 and 2010, we rode from La Quinta to Lake Tahoe and back – through Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks, over high mountain passes and barren deserts. In 2011, we rode the Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah National Park then visited some swanky golf resorts, including The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia – and The Greenbrier in White ...
... Visitors Center the ranger reminds us to always keep a look out for rattlesnakes - oh joy.
Instead of the long hike we decide to go for two shorter ones. The first hike is a one-mile loop through a very rocky landscape where cattle thieves used to hide stolen cattle. The trail is quite easy as trails go but we quickly realize that the heat is not to be messed with. Hidden Valley is a beautiful area surrounded by some massive ...
... the Joshua tree became more evident: a clear indication that we were in the cooler and wetter Mohave Desert. According to legend, Mormon pioneers considered the limbs of the Joshua trees to resemble the up-stretched arms of Joshua leading them to the promised land! History tells us that plants, animals and even people have learned to adapt to this ...