Travelodge Cathedral City
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... hot. There was a great deal to see but managed to get some good photos. When we got to the campsite we found out there was no rooms available, so up the tent went, always a low point of the day. It was really hot and the tent didn't look too appealing but we managed to get it in quite an isolated place, until Martyn moved his tent to within 5 metre of ours. We had an hour drive to get to the sand dunes where we jumped in a 4x4 for a short drive, then we drove ...
... the hotel lobby. There were lots of people partaking of breakfast with us. We sat with a young couple from London, England. I asked them if they were on their honeymoon and he replied, " She wishes it was." They were on the west coast for a month and were going to Hawaii from LA for a week. We were away from the hotel by 10 AM . We drove down to Stearn's Wharf and walked out and observed the usual. No fishermen this time. Santa Barbara has a beautiful beach and an ...
... car this evening. Our game for this evening, was to name a country and the person next to you has to speak the accent, Heather is best at Australian Shakespeare, Ollie can be a Portuguese football manager, James is frankly useless at this game until he is allowed to be a Norfolk farmer, but Jess steals the show as an American, just ask her to say she wants a, "corn dog".......is scary. We have done a lot of driving today, but really enjoyed our stay in Vegas, at ...
... before I left on this trip. George at Valley V-Twin promised the light would be blinding. He was right.
As I approach I-10, I get to watch the sun rise in my rear-view mirror. About 10 miles after getting on the interstate, I roll by Quartzsite, Arizona.
Quartzsite calls itself the Rock Capital of the World. Cleveland, Ohio, calls itself the Rock and Roll Capital of the World. Where would you rather be?
... below the tent for seven times the typical comfort. Thanks to Stryders petroleum soaked cotton swabs, we had a fire going in short time and watched as the stream of tired and cold hikers made the decision that 190 did indeed seem to be the best camp that night. We ended up with myself, Short Step, Cannonball, Stryder, HandMeDown, Danger Zone, Goldilocks, Half & Half, and Carolyn (working on her trail name). It was one of my favorite camps so far. Everyone loves a camp ...