La Quinta Inn & Suites Hesperia Victorville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... I ended up doing. I don't made it all the way to Guffy Camp (elevation 8200 feet) at mile 364. It was nice to see the backside of Mt. Baldy and Cucamonga Peak on the way hear. From where I am camped now, I have a quite view of the city lights of the LA area and the High Desert as well. I suspect the temperature will drop down to freezing tonight. There are other hikers camping here. For the most part I hiked alone all day today. Tomorrow I hike into Wrightwood for resupply and ...
... of hiking in the past, even attempted the PCT once before. He said he was trailangeling and handed us a full milk jug of Jameson whiskey and my memory slowly faded away from there. With each sip getting bigger and bigger I remember less and less. The next morning one of the hikers woke me up to say they were leaving. I hardly even knew where I was. I was laying smack dab naked in the middle of the beach with my sleeping bag over top of me and the worst Hangover I had had in a ...
... of these donkeys or asses were left there after the miners departed and they just kept on breading).
Route 66 then wound down to the valley floor where the Colorado River dominated and it turned left to cross at Topock. There had been a way over the Colorado west of Oatman (by ferry, I suppose) because the Mojave Road over the Mojave desert was the way west before Route 66. The Mojave Road is another epic journey in itself and I did some of it in ...
... 1 bills left there by patrons over the years. Our waitress said it was estimated that there is over $75,000 worth of bills were there. The hamburgers were quite good. We also ordered “burro ears” which turned out to be HUGE freshly made potato chips. They were named in honor of the burros which were left over from the mining that was done in the area in years past. When the mines closed, the miners left and the burros were left behind. They are feral now, but ...
We decided to spend the day out at Lytle Creek because that's the way we like to celebrate birthdays in our family. That's actually not true, but is weird enough to actually be true. The drive was interesting but uneventful. No one even yelled at me or anything.
We arrived early enough to find an excellent parking spot but unfortunately we didn't know where to stop. Flying by the ranger station we saw one of those annoying little signs about those ...