BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites
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It's the day after our trip. We drove to Joshua Tree National Park for the afternoon. How to describe it - amazing, spectacular scenery! There is a road winding through it for cars or what ever mode of transport you have. Two deserts come together at Joshua Tree National Park, the ...
... big music festival this weekend considered to be on a par with Woodstock, many tourists were visiting the park.
We headed into the park and this section of the park is in the Mojave Desert part with mountains all around us. It is one of the only places where the Joshua Tree can be found. It is not a tree or cactus but a species of the Yucca Plant. Here they were a lot of them and some of the biggest ones we ...
... is going to be a lazy day again, going to wait a little while to go hiking, it is 90 degrees, I do not care for this heat......ready for snow and ice again :)! Headed to Joshua Tree National Park. There was a lot of construction going on so the traffic was stuck at one area for 45 minutes. Because of the construction, a good amount of the trails and side of the road displays were closed. Only ended up taking two or so photos, the parts I was able to ...
... I hang out with Woody until it is time to go. It is hot, so we get ice-lollies for the road. We are feeling good.
About 20 seconds out of Vegas we hit crazy desert. Now, in hindsight, this does make sense. But, we were not expecting this, and so, did not refuel the car. Damn. So, the fuel gauge starts edging closer and closer to Empty and there is nothing, not a thing, on the horizon. The roadside signs are advertising Alien Beef Jerky (I ...
President Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed Joshua tree a National Monument in 1936. In 1994, as part of the California Desert Protection Act, Congress renamed the area Joshua Tree National Park. Twisted Joshua trees, verdant palm oases, and rock piles gives this land a unique personality.
Joshua Tree was named by Mormon pioneers who thought its arms resembled Joshua beckoning them to the promised land. When a branch flowers or the growth tip is damaged, Joshua trees put out a ...