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... with them. The water was so clear that they could see fish swimming. We were told that the river is normally much higher and is a popular river for white water rafting. There is no rafting going on these days due to the drought. John fell in the river, which was quite funny, and Beckett rescued his shoe before it floated away. Good dog.
We ate some dinner, then finished our long running game of Mexican Train. We are going to Sequoia and Kings Canyon ...
... the same road home we thought route 63 would be faster. It wasn't but we got to go by Squaw Valley. I thought it was where the 1960 Olympics were held but that is near Lake Tahoe. We also got to see almost 30 miles of Orange groves, dairy cattle, alfalfa crops and strawberries.
FRIDAY 5/16- what an awesome day, these trees are magnificent. First we had to run into town to get a battery for the Jeep and since it was next to a grocery store we bought more food (seems like ...
Felt good to be back on the road again. Climbing from the Palm Springs Valley on Highway 62 you start seeing more and more Joshua trees on the sides of the highway. We left 62 at Yucca Valley/Village and headed north towards Victorville. However, we did somehow miss Victorville and ended up halfway between Victorville and Barstow when we figured it out-- driving on Highway 18 North ...
... The flights to SLC and SFO both departed on schedule ad without any incidents during the flight.After landing, I gathered my luggage and grabbed a cab to EagleRider, SF. This company does both round trip and one way rentals. I had reserved a one way rental really cheaply because the EagleRider franchise in DC needed it back. The team at the EagleRider SF store was great. I was quickly checked in and began filling out all the paperwok. Next ...
... that were "closed for repair" where no one was repairing them. They clearly had been closed for a long time.
OK enough of that. As we drove on we saw a large area where black covered the ground and I thought there had been a fire, but it turned out to be a large carpet of lava rock. We have encountered this several times, but we have never seen the actual volcano. We passed two solar power plants. And what I was waiting to see ...