BEST WESTERN Gardens Hotel At Joshua Tree National Park
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... town (it is a Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center), although they are all very supportive of their serving soldiers with many ads on TV thanking them for their service, etc. Also coming into this town and also on many of the roads in country areas outside small towns there were often lines of letter boxes. I guess it makes it really easy for the postie to not have to go off the main roads.
Outside Joshia Tree NP Visitor Centre was a stunning sculpture which had two ...
... of a 1950s newsreel-speak extolling the view of America as the greatest nation. We thought it appropriate to get the photo of us in front of Hoover dam with the flag draped on the dam, which was done for the Olympic games torch replay a few years back.
The Dam was an amazing engineering feat for the 1930s, with many techniques such as cooling the concrete so the it would cure without cracking etc. Taming the river which frequently flooded or had no ...
On the drive down to Joshua Tree, I was very thankful to have GPS in my rental car. For once I hadn’t really planned much in advance, and just had a general idea of which way to go. There’s no direct route to Joshua Tree from Vegas, and it required some back country highways. So it wasn’t on the maps very well. But the GPS made it really easy. I actually took highway I-15 at first, heading southwest out of Vegas. Then I headed directly south ...
... boulders surrounding the landscape and it was spectacular and very very hot. There was a cool wind, but it was blowing a gale and you had to hold onto your hat. Fortunately it kept the bees away which are everywhere at the moment and meant from the top of the lookout at Keys View we could see for miles (almost to Signal Mountain in Mexico). We took a walk around the hidden valley and were able to watch people rock climbing and give the boys a chance ...
... knew what birds they were, one of the rangers said they were white pelicans coming from Salton Sea. It was quite beautiful to watch.
I would have spent a lot more time here, especially if Cline had been there to go bouldering with me but, Dave was ready to move on because he didn't like the crowded campgrounds. One really had no privacy at all in these campgrounds, I've never camped so close to other campers ...