Country Inn 29 Palms
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... the bottom. Outside it was warming up to over 100 F. We walked through a tunnel at the bottom and the through a tunnel to the power house and then about halfway on the dam wall with a window to to look out. Even the show tunnels were built with pride, with Art Deco patterns on the Terrazzo floors and ornamented brass lift doors.
Back to Boulder for lunch where in the cool of the sports bar watching the soccer we picked up some tips on the next part ...
... some really big sand dunes, and a cool mountain that looked like a big jumble of rocks.
I have to admit that the entire journey on the two-lane roads I was speeding. A lot. I normally don’t, but the roads were deserted and I couldn’t imagine any cop being out in the middle of nowhere just to catch speeders. Granted, the first half of the road through Mojave National Preserve was really bad, with many sections full of patched-over potholes. But ...
... Ewan's eye was not improving. It had not opened any further and it appeared as though negligent parenting was not helping so we decided to drive down the road to a pharmacy and get some advise. After driving 20 mins we got to a chemist who told us to turn around and go back to the hospital. Damn! We drove past the hospital 18 mins ago. We drove back to the hospital and were very quickly triaged and taken through, with everyone quite shocked about how bad ...
One of the cool things we've enjoyed on this trip is often waking up in the morning not knowing where we'll be at the end of the day. And today was one of those days.
We left Bullhead City via Laughlin, NV (Las Vegas wannabe). Bullhead is on the AZ side of the Colorado River, and Laughlin is on the other. So we finally made it out of the state of AZ after 16'ish days.
Leaving Laughlin, we head south on Hwy 95 and pick Joshua ...
... the car in front. On our way we passed two other campgrounds White Tank and Belle (smaller than Indian Cove) and we could have fit in there. We also drove into Jumbo Rocks Campground and that one was stunning and there were some sites in there we could have fit in. They have a limit there of 30 feet. Those campgrounds are first come first serve and Jumbo Rocks on a Tuesday was almost full. Over the weekend all campgrounds were full ...