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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the town of Solitaire. As we pulled in, I had to laugh at the population sign, which was carved out of wood and had multiple numbers crossed out and recarved. It seems that current population of Solitaire is 92. The bakery supposedly has the world’s best apple pie. I didn’t have apple pie, but did sample cakes, brownies, and a minty dish (some are being saved for the week at the farm).
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... to camp, prices of fuel and food and the must see places along the way were all answered. According to Nick and Bev the key to a successful and enjoyable trip to Alaska was to take your time. They stated that they never had a problem finding a place to camp despite the lack of reservations. They would always check in before 1500 hours- long before other RVer's would arrive.
Our time together was very enjoyable. Nick and Bev are heading for Quartzite, AZ to attend the huge RV ...
... The sea was inadvertently created when floodwaters from the Colorado River overran the Alamo Canal in 1905. Water ran into the Salton Sink for nearly two years. The San Andreas Fault lies beneath the lake bed. The current lake surface elevation is 226 feet below sea level. Averaging 15 miles by 35 miles the Salton Sea is the largest lake in California. Its size is sustained by annual rainfall, snowmelt and irrigation water. We visit a little residential enclave that ...