Country Inn & Suites Barstow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the hill above Monterey and Carmel. Per the usual, Californian campers arrived late and had to be captured by the campground manager before they would pay their fees. The night proved rather comfortable except for being woken up at 4 am by a raccoon fumbling through nearby garbage cans to eat our leftovers. We broke camp and fell the mile into town to enjoy some Denny's breakfast. This Denny's seemed overwhelmed with the task of running a Denny's, which ...
... dark. Oh, but first we had to have one last trip to Weinersnitzel before we leave CA. We each picked somewhere to go......guess who picked which place. :)
Anyway Rainbow Basin was pretty cool with all the different colors and textures. Haven't seen green in rocks before.
This desert basin was formed ...
... freight-train we've seen have been marked "Union Pacific"). I also noticed a single wind turbine blade laying in a ditch near the railroad. It must have come off from one of the turbines above and tumbled all the way down to the bottom of the hill and indeed I did see a turbine with just two blades instead of three, missing one way up there on the hill. We made a turn on to another road and soon came to a desert town where we made a short stop to look around. We ...
We made a detour to Barstow in California so that the BAT could have new front tires fitted - the existing ones barely met the legal limit. We found a reasonable campsite at Newberry Springs for our overnight stay. Barstow has a huge railyard, both the BNSF and the Union Pacific lines go into Barstow, so Cliff was more than happy to sit watching the ...
... for another half an hour.
When we finally saw the sealed road, some 21 miles after joining the ill-fated track we thought we had done it. But then came a half mile stretch of track which took us 30 minutes to pass. The sand was now so thick and our energy levels completely empty that we were struggling to push the bikes. We decided that we should dump one bike and both work on pushing the other. With one bike on the road we hailed ...