The Inn at Silver Lakes
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... Going on a famous road off 66 tomorrow. So excited. Taking the 138 off 66 and joining route 2. It snakes into Pasadena and into Santa Monica on road with tons of bends and avoids the city centre of LA. Clayton alias jack reacher recommended ...
... desert because it's so dry.i love truck stops! You can buy anything from cowboy hats to tvs. I have a little white trash in me. Our breakfast is a success. We went electric. Soft boiled eggs, toast, coffee an tea. Sorry- boring but you see, to non campers, it's fun to be at a place you can plug in and not do the old gas stove on the picnic table. Riley as happy as can be. Fred and Frieda still ...
After delayed starts to our road trip cause of macair problems we finally get going. We are off to do Route 66 from Santa Monica to Chicago.
We get to Santa Monica and take a walk down to the pier. There are playgrounds there with rings, ropes, swings and other bits and bobs. Hinesh is full of energy today and wants to climb the rope. My beloved gets up the rope and to the top quite quickly. I was impressed. There are rings in a row and ...
I left Needles this morning with the temperature already over 100F and headed back towards the Arizona border where I explored a remnant of the original Route 66. The section of road just disappeared into a pile of rubble where there used to be a Bridge over one of the seasonal washes. I continued back towards the point revere the interstate and the railroad cross the Colorado River and viewed the original bridge which has had its decking removed and now carries ...
... like finding the World's Biggest Ball of String, but it was very interesting and we learned a lot - who needs National Parks when Borax is around! The campground was just a little drive away and it was on Ghost Town Road. We asked the people at the campground about the name and they told us that Calico was the Ghost Town at the end of the street and was well worth a visit. Guess we found our activity for ...