Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Beaumont-Oak Valley
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... the rest of us had one, bottle of water each and we start down the hill to the creek and the weird shape California Fan palm trees. It's lovely and shady at this point but as we walk on and lose the shade it gets hot and the moaning starts. We tell the kids it's too late to turn back and we carry on up the hill along a narrow windy track, it's now VERY hot and lots of moaning. Peter plays his trump card with Will telling him to look ...
... Tree. Fun Fact of the Day: Joshua Trees can move 3-4 per year in search of water, their roots drag them along. Needless to say a string of car jokes ensued: "imagine a building a house, putting down nice grass, landscaping, then coming one day and Joshua Tree is in the yard ...." We took another hike (much shorter and less strenuous) around Hidden Valley, saw amazing rock formations, lots of rock climbers and amongst other things, Joshua Trees! We made a quick pitstop ...
... to say the least. I was glad I had four wheel drive with a lower gear box. Oatman was about 18 miles along the route. The town is caught in the past as it used to be a gold prospecting town. There are wild burros in the street and there is an awful stench because of them. We went to use the restrooms which were in a modern wooden building but the first impression was false. There is no running water in Oatman, the loos look like ...
... and wow! what a difference! We sweat walking from the front door to the elevator and are dripping wet by the time we reach the truck. Today is clearly not designed for outdoor living. The only problem is that we have tickets to the Fourth of July baseball game and evening fireworks! Lots and lots of water as we enjoyed a great game between the Palm Springs Power and the San ...
... a stunning seafood dinner and an evening stroll to Ruth Hardy Park.
Three months on the road is a long time away from the goods and services you normally rely on at home. We'd forgotten that we'd still need haircuts, colour treatments, nail repairs, pedicures, massages and the myriad other daily, weekly or monthly requirements to keep us looking our best. Actually, it's more a concern for Dianne since Bob continues to ...