BEST WESTERN Sahara
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We poked around for a few ...
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We came back to this area on a mission to find a “mother of the bride” dress. Mission accomplished. Rusty told me that we couldn’t go hiking or do anything until I found my dress…..talk about motivation. Now that I have my dress we went for a hike in the Indian Canyons. We started out on the Palm Trail and when we got to the trail head, it was a 15 mile hike…..guess not. We chose West Fork Falls, a 3 mile trail ...
... were some 75 grave sites, placed within a barren area and fenced in with barbed wire. Rocks were piled on the length and width of each grave. Some had wooded markers, but most didn't have anything to identify the grave's occupant. This barren, solemn place left me with a feeling eerily different and apart from any other burial site I've visited. I felt a true reverence for those buried there.
... to dinner tonight and this place was packed, a sports bar and grill. The 49ers and Seahawks game was on. Guess who lost???
Now we are caught up with all the mess, like all the laundry, cleaned the shower and the floors.
so, with all that done it's time to go play again.
Leaving here soon to head down the road.
Jim and Kathy
... upright - hence the bucket. Not ALL of our ideas are good ones!!!
Day 220 - (12/5) We go into "town" (not really one) and see the vendors all set up for business along several roads. This is where the rock hounds come - why? Who knows, but you can find just about anything that you DON'T need here! From RV supplies, to tee-shirts to junk, you name it! You will probably find something that you didn't know you needed, but realize that you did! NOT!