Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Twentynine Palms
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I am very behind on blogging (sitting in Miami right now awaiting my next vacation). So I will try to keep this very brief. The pictures pretty much tell the story anyway.
I had another amazing day of awe in Joshua Tree today. I went around the loop road this morning in the opposite direction (counter-clockwise), so that I had good views …
This morning I woke up at 6:30 am and was so deeply asleep that I had absolutely no idea where I was. Very disorienting. Probably because it was the first night I went to bed early and actually slept well. But I was soon all packed up and leaving Harrah's, bound for Joshua Tree National Park.
Last night I had been kind of bummed to be on …
... about it so we put some cream on his itchy arms and hands and figure it will go down as the day progresses. After breakfast we jump into the car to head to the national park. There's an entrance to the park just down the road from us so we stop in at the visitors centre, grab our park pass and a map only to be told that the north entrance is closed so we have to head 20 miles down the road to the other entrance and we enter from there. This area receives ...
Marcus and Andy finally get to camp!!!!!
It was a perfect night, pretty warm, desert clear skies, and no creepy crawlies that we could see.
We dropped a tarp, rolled out our bags, and tried to have a fire. The only wood we had was from the original campground in Virgina, which we had been saving ...
... intense and calm at the same time that you will not know how to feel for most part of it! Other parts , I just felt enlightened!
[“I have always loved the desert. One sits down on a desert sand dune, sees nothing, hears nothing. Yet through the silence something throbs, and gleams...”]
We entered the park from the south end (Cottonwood spring). Plan was to camp at Jumbo rocks ( declared as one of the best campsites in JT...rightly ...