Address: 2001 Old Spanish Trail Hwy, Tecopa, California, 92389, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 2001 Old Spanish Trail Hwy, Tecopa, is near Tecopa Hot Springs.
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      Lakeside Halloween

      A travel blog entry by bteasdale on Oct 31, 2014

      22 photos

      ... thermostat on the electric fireplace at 70 degrees, and we went to bed.

      The little heater in the fireplace kept the trailer very warm and comfy as overnight lows dropped into the upper 30's. Cindy and I were up and moving by 7 AM drinking coffee and watching the ducks wander towards our trailer. If you don't know, Cindy hates ducks, and she narrated their approach with the same affect as a survivor on a life raft describing circling ...

      I love high temps with zero humidity

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 05, 2014

      10 photos

      ... amp; ham wraps). Beside this was a Rotary Rocket which was one of the first rocket powered vehicles flown here (in 1999). There was also a scale model of both the SpaceShipOne and Voyager Aircraft. In 1986 the Voyager was the first craft to circumnavigate the earth without a stop or refuelling, taking 9 days. The SpaceShipOne was the first private manned space program in 2004. Both of the actual aircraft were designed & built here. Very interesting to see it all.
      As we ...

      Death Valley revisited - Desert Storm!

      A travel blog entry by pjjones on Apr 25, 2014

      27 photos

      ... vast valley entrance on the way to the national park but there were a few hairy moments and we were glad that we were not one of the many bikers making the trip. We crossed the mountains by the same route as the mid 19th century pioneers but in the opposite direction and obviously by car .....but we thought about them a lot and how similar ...

      Lakeside RV with the grand kids

      A travel blog entry by bteasdale on Feb 28, 2014

      16 photos

      ... rains, with thunderstorms possible. Cindy and I did not want to disappoint the kids, so we decided not to cancel the trip. We headed out of Vegas at about 4 PM on Friday, February 28th. We hit street flooding even before we made it to US 95, but once we got on the highway conditions improved. Intermittent showers and light winds deteriorated as we passed Indian Springs, and we began to see lightning flashing in the distance. As we passed Mercury, I caught ...

      From Death Valley to Kingman.

      A travel blog entry by lisamcb on Feb 16, 2014

      14 photos

      ... in this place. Andy even resorted to using the 4WD function on the dirt road there! We headed back to the resort via The Artists Palette, road that winds in and out of hills of many different colours. You could see the pink, orange, green, brown and cream colours in the walls of the hills. It must look even more spectacular at sunset. I really liked how the roads are just cut through the hills. You are surrounded by high cliffs ...