Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Victorville
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... a real change to have a couple of glasses of red - my first since I started this trip - feeling quite cultured. But not for long --
Parked my bike at the motel and walked to the nearest bar/restaurant to have dinner -
The Tilted Kilt - a bit like a Scottish version of Hooters - but with the emphasis on short kilts.
Had the obligatory burger and fries and returned to the motel for an early night.
... and I will make the Valley of Achor a door of hope. There she will sing as in the days of her youth..." Hosea 2:14-15
At the start of the second year, I landed my first job teaching 6th grade and the Lord began to restore community in it's proper place, as a secondary source of His love and I was introduced to a wonderful and thirsty small group that quickly became good friends. We have had the privilege of sharing ...
... H-58, John saw the original old road. Most of us should know what John thinks about old roads - he has to drive on them whenever possible. So at Keene we took the old road for Tehachapi. We could see a railway line running near the road and after a way saw some people standing by the road with cameras ready for something. This was the Tehachapi loop, where the railway climbing up the hill does a complete loop passing over itself. After a tunnel, we found our own place to view ...
... adventure passes again. Detour back to the ranger station left me feeling a little unnerved. The 2 people working in the station were very elderly & seemed a little out of it but maybe that's an over reaction.
We bought our pass & proceeded to disregard the little map they gave us. We drove until we could hear the guns firing & we ran out of road. Maben Rule #1: never believe a map, they lie & confuse you for fun! Turning ...
... High Desert Mavericks and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. We noticed that half the people were in tank tops, and half were bundled up with blankets. Amazingly, all seemed comfortable. We were freezing, and dashed off mid-game to enjoy the hot tub at the Desert Willow RV Park before it closed for the evening. That thawed me out, so I was able to sleep; it was to be one of the last cool nights on the trip.