Fairfield Inn & Suites San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... We arrived back an hour later and they were good, just napping. You can see the before and after photos. :-) I'm also including an "after" photo of the kitchen. Lol Sorry, not too much excitement today... Tomorrow I'm on a mission to find Dinosaurs! Ps, HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM!!!!!!!!!! I'll call tomorrow now that we are on the ...
... brown mountains in the background, a few cacti and bars scattered around with a sprinkle of dust. After a wander in Sedona for a couple of hours we continued south where we came to Navajo point. The locals were selling all sorts of trinkets and jewellery and Lucky decided to get a pendant from one of the ladies here. There were pendants for sale in Sedona but they were not made by Native American Indian.
A couple of hours later we arrived on the outskirts ...
... like a small gopher but has a really short tail, a black face, black collar, a prominent black stripe down its back and one more on each side. It comes out of its hole, grabs a mouthful of berries, seeds & gravel then quickly backs into its hole (it never goes in head first). This goes on for about 10 minutes and when it's done, it plugs the hole with dirt (probably to keep snakes out).
There's a bar in the ...
... We chat with mum and do our best to give her some outfit planning tips. See you on Friday Mothership!
Elwood and I kick about at the hotel whilst Noah does sensible things like: get fuel and check the oil, water and tyres. We saw enough desert on yesterday's journey to know that we are not going to mess with the desert.
We drive through Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree and Twenty Nine Palms and arrive in Joshua Tree National Park ...
... the food bank. People here are pretty generous and fill the antique truck convoy with Christmas goodies.
The gifts are bought, wrapped and mailed, emails filled with good tidings and wishes are flying back and forth, grandkids are seasonably excited, Christmas lights are glowing and it is raining outside…did I say RAINING??? What’s wrong with this picture? Seriously, we don’t miss the snow and cold and can put up with lukewarm rainy weather. ...