Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Victorville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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(With thanks to Jerry EZ66). This was the battle cry for generations of westward bound travellers, starting with the Gold Rush days and stretching into the 21st Century. Dirt poor Dust Bowl Okies, with hopes and belongings tied to a beaten up jalopy, wanna be movie stars bound for Hollywood in the 50's and then families with a backseat full of …
... to the Planes of Fame Museum.(Very Impressive)! It had 7 hangers full of planes, most of which are still flown. Very friendly and knowledgeable volunteers and staff ; "The Wing Nuts". Our favorite plane was the B-17 flying fortress they are in the process of restoring.
We then headed off to Wolfe's market in Claremont CA for some great deli ...
... at the chance to travel, become fluent in Spanish and see another country's education system but most of all, I am excited at the promise of being able to draw closer to Jesus in this season! There is so much joy and anticipation, it's like the bride and groom going away to learn more of each other. The plans made are the secret and joy of the groom to reveal to his bride as they go along. I will be working as a 6th grade ...
... or the heat perhaps? And where had the thirty-strong congregation come from? There was only about one homestead to every square mile out here.
As we then drove south over the desert for a main highway that would be our route out of here and in the direction for Phoenix tomorrow, we again marvelled at the beautiful light you get at this time of day and how it caresses the desert floor and the hills around us. We weren't drving off in to the sunset, but away from it, ...
... far. I have been able to memorise sections so that we don't have to keep stopping to check the electronic map on iTouch. I knew that after passing Cedar, Beech and then Citrus Avenues we had to turn onto Sierra Boulevard. This road took us out into a whole new world. I am not sure we were quite ready for it and we feel pretty whacked sitting here tonight.
We were on the fringes of the California/Nevada desert. The heat went up ...