Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Oasis of Eden
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... It's hard to describe but we have got leaflets which will give you a better idea and we will show them to you the next time we see you.
Hope I haven't bored you, but you have to be there to get the feeling of the amazing scenery and history.
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... of a tour we had paid for. William and Francis Keys were among the few successful homesteaders in this area. Their homestead has been preserved and gated off. You can only go for a ranger led tour at 10 or 1 and if reservations must be made. We paid $2.50 for the tour with an old age pass. This is a must tour. It is over one hour and a half but our tour lasted about two hours. We had to drive down a dirt road and ...
... at that point.....I said "That's all you, I'm stuffed....." . Was an awesome day. The National Park was a little bit of a let down but stopping to help John turned the day around. Great company, good food and a new friend! Perfect way to end the day. Thanks for the beer John, hope to meet up with you again, maybe up north, while you are visiting your kids? Just have to see how the time lines up. I hope everyone here had a safe day, good night to you all ...
... We did a rugged walk to Dead Vlei that is said to be millions of years old. From there, a group of 10 of us elected to try to "hike" up the highest sand dune in the world. "Big Daddy" would be a challenging terrain we were told-and challenging would be a kind word to describe the perilous hike. We were baking under 39C sunshine and the ever sliding sand terrain made it difficult to gain a strong and easy footing. We took ...
... visit again, I would probably dry camp in the park or have hookups at the campground at Twenty-Nine Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center which is very close to one of the three entrances.
Of course there were some whimsical Joshua trees in my campground. These trees were given their name by a group of Mormon settlers who ...