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... trailer parks. It was dry and interesting countryside and we drove on and on thinking we d get to Yuma. At quart side we changed plans again as we were on a faster highway and pretty darn sick of desert by now. We sucked it up and went on to Indio, goodbye Arizona and hello California! We were all very travel weary (ie:*****y and fighty) by the time we rolled in, so that matched with pitch black darkness, no hotel room booked and a lying and deceiving GPS unit created a ...
... spent it over wine and chocolate and shared community. I went back to the church the next morning to say goodbye as i felt my time here was coming to an end. The college group invited me to one last event and I met more people that I got along with very well. I went out for a coffee with a new friend the next morning and peaced out sadly. I really felt like I was going to miss that place and all those people but i also felt like it was time to return to nomad lifestyle once again.
Good morning Wests! It's 6.15am and for the final time this trip, I have hot coffee delivered to my door. The bags are packed and we have pre-ordered our favourite hot turkey at Ralph's for our flight home.
Because I picked the car up early in San Francisco, it means I need to return it here in San Diego before 8.30am. Our flight is not until 12.10am. Still, plenty to do before we board and I'm sure the time will ...
... fairies at breakfast in the morning - getting extra hour of drive time due to crossing time zone - almost hitting trip high 120° temperature again just after DHS checkpoint at Salton Sea - traditional pie and ice cream at Julian Pie Company - meeting nice couple from Ramona at JPC Lowlights: - driving most of the day on interstate - having dude run into back of my car and into bike rack outside DHS checkpoint near Salton ...
... limbo-rest. At 4:00 I realized that if we didn’t get a move on, we were going to be on that awful, middle of nothingness road...at dark. We peeled out of there quickly and headed down hill. By Bishop the temperature had gone from 45 to 82 degrees. I pulled off the road and reached into the cooler to make some drinks and realized that my 1/2 and 1/2 had spilled in the cooler and now everything in there was “milkish”. We surely need to ...
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