La Quinta Inn & Suites Hesperia Victorville
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Wednesday, April 29, 2015 PCT day 10 Awakening on Fuller Ridge at 6900 feet elevation on mile 193 by 6am to a beautiful sunrise and Mt. San Jacinto in full splendor high above, I began hiking by 7:30 am. The goal for today was to reach mile 210, where the PCT crosses I-10 near Cabazon, CA at an elevation of 1200 ft, where my dad was to pick me up to take me the grandma's for my first rest/zero day tomorrow. I had 16 miles to ...
... were traveling old Route 66 the rain bought mud onto the road. We met som 20 bike riders who could not drive through because of water on road. There was an accident just west of Barstow where there was mud on road Lady stopped and a guy ran into back of her. We are on schedule again an tomorrow will end up in Los Angeles 150 miles ...
... but there are some five or six different filling stations for trucks and cars. Harry had seen the screen capture I brought with me and he found the right filling station! I even got a close-up picture off the same brick in the wall from the film where a telephone booth had been. So that's a 100% confirmed location - not that any of you care.
The scenery for most of the day, since we had come down off the mountain that cradles Oatman, was of one low, flat, ...
... million dollars in gold at 1930 prices. The town was used in feature films such as “How the West was Won,” Edge of Eternity,” Universal Soldier,” Foxfire,” as well as commercials, calendars, and historical documentaries.
As we left Oatman and continued west on Route 66 towards I-40 and California, we drove through lovely farming areas in the Mojave Desert Valley. Also there were mountains with HUGE boulders forming them and extreme ...
... nope, drive over here, nope, drive over there, nope. Finally, after a call to his sister, Kelly, we figured out where it actually was. Thank goodness! Finally, we made a stop by a surprising Bob's in Norco. It was Andrew's birthday after all. He got his usual hot fudge cake & I got some ice cream thing. We saw the former site of the purported sparkly rock. It was a great day for all & we'll go back when there aren't so many people there, or not!