River View Lodge
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to save time and money I did not fill up the ice chest</li><li>I spent $112.75 on gas getting home from Kernville </li><li>On July 20th I Finally made it home and unpacked the car and told my family all about the awesome adventure I ...
... br> After a bit of seat adjustment and controls familiarisation we're off and on our way. After a few hiccups trying to escape the busy streets of Las Vegas we hit the interstate and are heading for Death Valley National Park. In no time at all we are in the open Mojave Desert with only a handful of other vehicles on the road with us. Where on earth did all the other vehicles go? One minute we're in heavy three lane traffic and now there are only two lanes and hardly any ...
... the foxtail pine (Pinus balfouriana), a cousin of the ancient bristlecone pine. Dick admires the foxtail's beauty in youth (a perfect Christmas tree shape), in maturity (up to several thousand years), and in death (the barkless rust-red deceased ones). They are found starting at about 8,000' elevation mixed with ponderosa and lodgepole pines and extending up to 12,000' where they are the last trees found.
... the wall to inform her that the showers cost $3 (each!)... Auntie Pollyann and I – we were still outside brushing our teeth – looked at each other in slight shock and you could see the gears churning as smoke started to billow out of our ears. My thoughts were spinning around which of the three of us needed the shower the most. Auntie Pollyann, however, was on a different tack and realised that we could, in fact, afford a shower for all of us ...
... suddenly two F15 fighter jets came over the mountains and flew through the narrow gorge just below us. We watched open-mouthed as they boomed past – amazing.
The guy who was on a Honda Goldwing and who we were chatting to, explained the military base which was located close by, used the area to train as the mountains were similar to Afghanistan.
We stopped at Olancha for breakfast at about 10am after miles of ...