La Quinta Inn Tehachapi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We rejoiced at finding a pool of water at the creek. We set up camp and drank our fill of water. We met Amanda today who later named our group "The Fellowship". We accepted it with many a horrah!
Day 3: 9 miles to unknown hillside (39.5)
Another great campsite. This was another hot day. I've been dealing with muscle spasms and headaches. We are literally hiking from shade to shade during the heat of the day. Truly dangerous weather for a Northman.
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... are familiar with the white polygons of Badwater Basin, the salt pan is actually much larger and more diverse than many people realize. With a little exploring, a photographer can find all kinds of interesting features in this expansive and fascinating area and the other playas that are ...
... to grand dining halls. And there was history to go with it: we learnt as much about the Hearst Family as Mr. Hearst probably knew himself!
Hearst Castle is an amazing place as its really a building that show cases his amazing collection of art and artifacts. He commissioned the building around the turn of the century after his parents died. Prior to the castle his family would go there on family camping trips. He engaged a woman (!!) to design the castle. As the ...