BEST WESTERN Porterville Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another long-ish day. Got so far up Coyote Flats but decided to turn back to save the risk of damaging the Jeep. It was well within its capability but would have required quite hard pushing up a rocky slope. Still, got some good photos before I left, and again in an adjacent road, which was closed due ...
Left the B&B early, Ozzie on our cases to be at breakfast by 6.30am for breakfast, thankfully his not so relaxed attitude got sandy out of bed to pick us up, not that it mattered, the plane was delayed by 5 hours! The flight over the Sierra Nevada was absolutely spectacular in our 22 seater plane. Snow capped peaks and barren expansive valleys until suddenly Vegas. It sits in one of these desolate basins and stretches out for miles. Housing blocks expanding ...
... stunning scenery. Apparently these passes are rarely open this early, and we're lucky that this winter has been reasonably mild. - the snowfall this year was 150" compared to 600 odd last year! I can't even begin to comprehend how tough those pioneers in the wagon trains were, making those trips through those mountains and the desert. We had lunch in Sonora, another town that is full of history, that we had to skimp over. The whole area is just full of gold, pioneering ...
... we took Eileen (Karens mum) up to see the Mt San Jacinto Cable Car. It goes from the desert floor up the top of Mt San Jacinto, a height of about 9000 ft. We didn't go up the cable car this time but did it last trip. Well worth the trip.Another hot day, didnt quite match yesterdays heat. Back to Cabazon Outlets, checked out the Oakley store, most items at least ...
We got some fresh oranges from a local orange grove (which are all over the place around here) and grabbed some Thai food. Wonderful stuff! After that Jim took us to a gas station and to our amazement they not only had a beer and small wine selection, but a full liquor store was encapsulated in the place! I'm talking ...