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... see if we could find anything unique to add to our motorhome. We did find the same upholstery fabric at the bargain rate of $3 a yard so bought lots "just in case" but mostly found bits & bobs!! (Love that phrase curtesy of my cousin Dianne!)
... are so many hiking
trails in Indian Canyons…can’t wait to come back. For some reason, time just
flew by that week and we didn’t make it back to Joshua Tree NP. So we will just
have to come back…..shucks. :)
We stayed in a place that had really cool (hot) pools. They were fed by the hot springs (hence the city’s name). The pools were 90+ and the hot tubs were 104+. There is nothing like swimming under the stars ...
... across the Colorado River into Blythe, CA, and decided, unless we traveled to the coast or into the mountains, which wasn't on the agenda this trip, there wasn't much in Blythe either. However, one genuine highlight of the territory here is the Colorado River, which lends it's much needed cooling relief to man and animal alike. One of God's Mercies to the desert.
Bye for now and stay well.
... a tee shirt that says "HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY (you figure it out! ha)...and Nick found several RV thing-a-ma-jigs that he couldn't live without.
Day 221 -(12/6) Back to town to see what, if anything, that we could have possibly missed.
Apparently we did miss some things. We are using McDonald's as our personal hot spot. Works great and Nick gets his work done and I get caught up on the blog. We met up with a couple who live here that are relatives ...
After almost three weeks in El Cajon we headed out on the road again to leave the newly formed quartet to get their house and lives back in order. We didn't drive too long or far, arriving here around 3:30pm after leaving the outer edge of El Cajon after picking up food and fuel around 10:45am.
Leaving El Cajon on the 8 eastbound you climb from somewhere around 400 foot elevation.... Boulder-covered mountains/hills to ...