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... him that they were in the room next to us. Then the commotion stopped. I'm glad that is all I have to report about that.
Waking up early after an eventful night, we got a early start from Albuquerque. We headed west and after getting some food in Gallup, New Mexico, crossed into Arizona at around brunch time. As soon as we crossed the Arizona boarder, it seemed we could see a mountain in the distance. After a good ...
... call it an 'RV Park' because it's more than that. This is probably the best RV place I have ever been to. It's on the banks of the crystal clear Colorado river. The RV spots are directly on the water (see photos) and there is a ton of stuff going on - zip lining, boat and jet ski rentals, beaches, etc. Such a calm and beautiful oasis in the middle of the desert. The restaurant/bar was great and we ended the day with some s'mores by the camp ...
... to the Santa Monica pier and coming back out again all in one day...oh how naive we were. Before we got to the outskirts of LA, we stopped at a bottle tree ranch (bottles put on stands to look like trees) and the California Route 66 Museum in Victorville, which was closed on Tuesdays (just our luck)! Getting closer and closer to LA meant we got into denser and denser traffic. It just seemed like drivers went at any speed they wanted and do whatever they ...
... ups, but free). We are paying just over $100 for a week so we don't think that is too bad (not including the wifi fee). Last night we wandered over to the Riverside Casino and gambled a bit before calling it a night. Also, bought two tickets to see the Osmond Brothers .... I am so excited to be seeing them. Well, it may not be definite as today we got on message once on wifi that the Sunday show we bought tickets for ...
... desert” but the “next to” rubbed off in a sand storm.
We hung a very wide U-turn in the parking lot and went back to the Desert View.
This was a very nice place. We had large bushes on either side of us, providing a modicum of privacy.
When we stepped outside, though, we were hit by a blast furnace. The wind was gusting up to about 30 mph, and the temperature was 103. The people there said this was ...
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