Hotel 29 Palms Inn & Suites
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... br> On through the dessert to Amboy to see the 10,000 year old lava flow and crater. The area around is still barren with very little vegetation growing through the gaps in the lava flow. Michael became very excited by the number of freight trains on the line and started trying to chase trains which seemed to be travelling at over 100 kmph with double containers.
We found our way to Twenty Nine Palms town which at first looked like a few shacks in ...
... east (where I was staying), and Joshua Tree at the west. I had made it to Twentynine Palms in 3 hours, which meant it was 10 am and much too early to be checking into my hotel. I made a quick stop at the visitor center and picked up a road guide, to help me explore.
And here’s where the shock and awe comes in. I really had no expectations of what Joshua Tree would be like. I just knew it was a desert, and there were a bunch of Joshua trees there. ...
... as bus chocks since it didn't burn too well. It still didn't burn well.
We let the fire smolder, settled in under the milky way, and watched some stars fall from from the sky. Marcus slept like a little girl on his soft fluffy air mattress, Andy went the Cowboy Way and slept on the ground.
... some petroglyphs (or rock carvings) on some rocks near Barker's Dam made by Native Americans to signal that water was near by. Unfortunately people have painted over them, but you can still see the indentations and the patterns made. We also went up to Keyes View and it was amazing to look back over the valley to Palm Springs, and see from above the huge windfarm that we'd passed on the way in. It was a shame to leave after only one night but the trip must go on!
... the car in front. On our way we passed two other campgrounds White Tank and Belle (smaller than Indian Cove) and we could have fit in there. We also drove into Jumbo Rocks Campground and that one was stunning and there were some sites in there we could have fit in. They have a limit there of 30 feet. Those campgrounds are first come first serve and Jumbo Rocks on a Tuesday was almost full. Over the weekend all campgrounds were full ...