Best Western Liberty Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Went back into Death Valley again this morning. Walked two of trails that are suggested to be done before ten in the morning. Finished the last one at 9:50 and it was stating to get uncomfortable. I think it was showing 45 on the dashboard temperature gauge. Had an interesting drive to Bakersfield where we will stayed the night. At least the air con in the cars works but the cliff edge did get a wee bit close...at least for ...
Deanne took me for a birthday dinner at El Tovar, which is part of the railway village in The Grand Canyon. When the Santa Fe railroad network reached The Grand Canyon in 1901 construction on the El Tovar began and the swanky lodge was open for business in 1905. It's a solid lodge built out of Oregon pine and Canyon rock. There's moose and assorted game heads on the ...
... a nice
campground with trees and grass and concrete pads to sit on.
We found out this area is one of the largest agricultural areas in the world. They produce 90% of CA carrots and the baby carrots were developed here. Frito has a chip plant here and they use local potatoes. They also have a large citrus and nut crops.
We drove around town, went by Buck Owens Crystal Palace but the Museum portion was not ...
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 ...
... was safe.
Kidding! But since Phil is brown-skinned, and I look like a young Osama Bin Laden, we expected to get searched at least once. Not that we had anything to hide, but it would have been such a pain to have to repack the Jeep along the side of the road, not to mention possibly have to re-assemble to vehicle if they decided to drop the gas tank or open the interior panels of the vehicle. Apparently they can ...