Hampton Inn & Suites Barstow
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... on the expressway, there is no mute button.
Anyway, we entered Arizona with much aplomb, only to find the first half of the Arizona quite flatter than we expected. It made sense to me, as I remembered that Arizona is known for it's most famous attraction, a hole in the ground made by a river.
But soon the flat land gave way to beautiful pictured rocks, and we pulled off to explore Petrified Forest National Park. ...
... At least he did ask first. (Scott, in Morrison, please take note!). And no kicks from the burros, just one pick pocketing.
It was the middle of the day, perhaps not the best time to mount up and leave the ice cream bar in Oatman for the Mojave desert. Miles and miles of sand and low scrub. Surprising then, that each dip in the road came with a dry gully and a sign warning of flash flooding. Later, we were to see the effect of these floods ...
... up mouth first, chomping down at the surface. Birds of all kinds flew around madly. The smaller jumping animals we found were dolphins. There must have been hundreds of them. An article we later read called it a "superpod" and the activity they were engaged in a "stampede." It was one of the most amazing sights I've ever seen. I imagine all these animals were devouring some sort of school of fish. As we crossed into San Luis Obispo County the shoreline ...
... primarily Routes 101 and 82. Very nice to see history remembered.
Trains are ever present and haul long loads. Oil derricks and wind turbines also dot the land. There is so much to see that we never get bored.
As we approached our campground for the evening in Barstow, CA, we saw an ad to tour the Borax Mine and there ...
... the Vietnam war, he drives like a maniac but we get back safely now we just need to get back to Harvey safely and its a relief to see that he has not been violated. Liz has a bite to eat, we have a cuppa, look at some photos, start some sorting and packing . It's our last night in Harvey. It's bittersweet. We have had a fantastic holiday and while its sad that its over it is time to come home and see our babies and grand babies and family and friends. Goodnight Harvey ...