Hampton Inn & Suites Barstow
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... still roam the Main Street. Many of the shops sell food for them. Mandy's bag of burro food was given to me (Stuart), when the attentions of the burros became too much. Some time later, after I had tucked the paper bag containing the remnants of the feed into my belt, and was watching the gunfight, I was nudged by a burro. I ignored him. He nudged me again. Again, I ignored him. The next thing I knew, the burro had bitten open the bag, and snaffled ...
... out a bit. Here is San Simeon, home to billionaire media mogul William Randolph Hearst's historic "castle" and personal fiefdom. South of his lalaland is a sight I've been looking forward to: the elephant seal beach. On a lonely beach just off CA-1 a huge herd of gigantic elephant seals come to molt. They sit there the size of small automobiles, stinking and snorting and being plain old ornery. They pike sand on themselves and try to sleep. They seem to ...
... Valley Days, and who was there - Ronald Reagan - must be our time to follow up on his career since we saw him in The Presidio last week. We learned that in 1881, borates were discovered here in California, and they have been continually mined here - first in traditional cave type mining until today in an open pit mine - and this mine supplies over 40% of the world's borates. Borates are minerals that ...
On the road, just after the sunrise this morning which was spectacular.
Out on Route 66 at 6am to get out of Kingman and onto Barstow. The road was fantastic, weaving through the back of Kingman and then up into the mountains. It was a little disconcerting as there were no barriers on the side of the road and some very sheer drops so it kept you very focused. There were tight turns and often the roads was covered indoor from the ...
... to keep on Route 66 without getting lost. We got through Pasadena fine as well and were beginning to get hungry.
Our journey took us through Arcadia where we saw Santa Anita Park racetrack where there was a statue of the very famous Seabiscuit. We then stopped for a very nice breakfast at a famous Denny's which has a dutch style windmill on the top of it! We travelled through ...