Days Inn South Lenwood
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... Dave had to slow down, so I could write them all down. The town of Oatman is one giant tourist trap with blocks of shops but the main attraction is the wild burros that roam the streets freely and allow people to touch, hug, yes, even kiss them!
The descent on this route was a bit nail-biting with twists and turns and narrow roads and NO guard rails. Crazy switchbacks! Dave said " makes your butt pucker!" That lightened it up a bit. We were glad to ...
... once again into the time warp. The original diner from 1937 consisted of 9 stools at the counter and 3 booths. Today it is more than 5 times that size but the walls are covered in movie memorabilia. Peggy Sue worked in the movie industry hence the great collection. There is a fabulous souvenir shop attached that sold so much stuff. We spent ages just looking around and then decided to have lunch in the diner. Once again the service was so fast, the staff ...
... minimal in accommodations, but reasonably priced and run by a very friendly Indian (as in the country) couple. I declined the round bed and have settled in to a very simple, run down room, with enough space to spread out the electronics and start to work on converting the GoPro time lapse photos into video. Update: woken by a domestic dispute next door and found a mouse in the trash can. Neat place to visit, but I'll stay elsewhere next ...
... an impressive 120 freightcars! Soon after we stopped at "Mangoos pizz" a for lunch. We continued and came to sandy hills with small grayish green bushes and soon saw something interesting... Right there, on top of the hills, wind turbines, hundreds of them, turned up before our very eyes. Just like indians on a ridge in some old western. Passing the wind turbines we also came up along and passed another long freight train with Union Pacific engines (pretty much ...
... the freeway overlaps the path of old 4-lane 66. Leaving Barstow we were delighted to stop at the Bottle Tree Ranch; no-one was available for a chat so we quietly took a walk through and enjoyed both the visual and sound effects of this amazing wonderland.
Then on through Pasadena and into the outer LA area on Foothill Blvd, Sunset and Santa Monica Blvd's were fairly congested - if you haven't been to ...