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Was fairly warm today, mostly in low 30s, we thought once we hit California we would start to cool down. Nope, it actually got hotter, high 30s by the time we stopped. Rode through some nice desert areas with lots of cactus. Lots of wind machines through this ...
... br> After all this excitement the only way I could top things off was to do my laundry – yes it is never ending.
By the numbers
Miles/KM run: 34/56
Miles/KM Hiked: 96/156
Miles/KM cycled: 190/305
Parks Visited: 7 (or maybe 8) Mt San Jacinto State Park (but the hike started in San Bernardino National Forest – which may count?!) On the subject of San Bernardino I thought of Grease when I drove into the ...
... was left in LA but I prefer the other story.
Immigration was slow as it usually is in LA – busy airport and lots of flights coming in at the same time mean its never less than a 30 minute wait – about the same as I wait when I come back into the UK while I am subject to the same checks I have every time only to be told I am not the Michael Ford droid they are looking for; but don’t get me started ...
... Salvation Mountain. It takes its name from the concrete slabs and pylons that remain from the abandoned World War II Marine barracks, Camp Dunlap. It is now a camp in the Colorado Desert in southeastern California, used by recreational vehicle owners and squatters from across North America. At the entrance to Slab City is Salvation Mountain. It is an art hill built from Adobe, straw ...
Barona Nation is were I spent Feb 11th, 12th and 13th.
Saturday saw the arrival of Jun-san and two Japanese walkers.
Then came Sofie and Noe from France.
Sunday 13th was full of Bird Singer/Dancers...they will be coming to DC in July.
Sweatlodge several times, morning and night. Eagles soared the peaks of the nearby hills.
Sun and warm during the day, but very ...