Best Western Cajon Pass
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... 2...buying the material for Terry to do himself. We found everything but the oil so we decided to go exploring. The weather was hazy so everything looked fuzzy. I wanted to travel thru the mountains east of Malibu so off we went. Our problem is we don't get started until late morning so by the time we were heading west it was close to noon. The traffic on Route 134 heading in the opposite direction as us, was already backed up for miles. That should have been the clue not to ...
I forget in what place we had breakfast as it was indeed forgetable: There were crumbs on all of the tables, whether occupied or not and the service from the two girls was slow. We stuck it out to get our croissant breakfast, but a family that had come in after us went to get their breakfast elsewhere. The coffee was awful.
We had quite a long drive ahead of us today because we had to get to Cajon Pass above Los Angeles in California for a pre-booked motel. ...
... of California's Delta, a unique brackish water estuary through which water flows before it reaches the SWP's first pumping plant and the beginning of its travel down the San Joaquin Valley and onto Southern California. Located near the San Francisco Bay, The region supplies water to 25 million Californians and thousands of irrigated farmland. A complex maze of waterways and islands, many protected only by earthen levees with some lying 20 feet below the ...
... in Yuma, AZ. When we got there we set up tents in a grass area behind their casino. My friend called it "Glamping" because we were using tents but were in the midst of civilization so it doesnt count as legit camping(that's legit enough for me if you ask.) Surprisingly after setting up it started to rain to the point where we had to tear everything down. Before we settled in at the community center, a family opened up their home to all 40 of us to see what their ...
... a quick dip in the frigid pool that formed at the waterfall's base, and sun drying on the rocks. Nothing like hanging out with another dude in your underwear. On Pride weekend, nonetheless. But, it was the first "shower" I'd had in a couple days, and I wouldn't have one for a couple more. If you are wondering why I did not bathe at the house, may I remind you that 7 grungy, nomad, surfer guys live there? I'll take my chances with the fish and snowmelt!