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... can't believe I'm finally here. I'm ready to see real mountains! We saw our first snow capped peaks in the distance today. Yes!!
**Thanks for the comments everyone and a huge thanks for the heads up Jayston. I have been warned more than once now about that snake...**
Day 6: 12.5 miles to a tendril of an alluvial fan (fun!) (74.5)
We dropped a couple thousand feet today and into dry desert shrubbery again. It gave us a break from the wind but I long ...
... accident where an RV had appeared to have lost control (poss strong cross winds) and there were toilet pans, beds, clothes, food etc all over the road. Their vacation spoiled !!Had a smoothie in the Mc D's in Mojave so I could find a campsite and found one that sounded ok. It was in the middle of nowhere and would not be able to find it without GPS. Busy ?? I was the only person there all night and the 2 ladies looking after ...
... lots of gifts for our family in Cuba, an amazing camera (gift from the loving parents at the exceptional school I work in), a tent, an ice-box, sleeping bags, games, books, and a few other things we'll need for camping.
Our first stop is my old home in Rosamond, California. This place is in the Mojave desert. It's beautiful in a dry, desolate, and windy sort of way. The night sky is amazing and sunsets ...
... people drive! We survive the freeway long enough to see another sunset, and finally find our route northwest to I-40. Allowing the GPS to speak again, I find that it is 158 miles along a two-lane road up to the freeway, and there is ONE town along the route. It's off to Wickenburg, Arizona for us!!
Amazingly, as we reach Wickenburg at 8:00pm, there is an RV Park that Ike spots right in town. Great ...
Although it was nearly 5pm, it didn't seem to take long for us to arrive at our overnight stop in Tehachapi. Mum got out to have a look, but very quickly returned informing us that we were simply not staying there because it was too windy and too cold. So we descended down the hill again and found another campground by Lake Brite.
We set up camp and found that although it was cold and windy still, it was an improvement, and we had a fantastic outlook over the lake.
Other places to stay in Tehachapi
901 Capital Hills Pkwy& Hwy 58, Tehachapi | 2 star hotelfrom $100
500 Steuber Rd., Tehachapi | 2 star hotelfrom $93
420 West Tehachapi Boulevard, Tehachapi | Hotelfrom $124
422 W. Tehachapi Blvd. , Tehachapi | 3 star hotelfrom $105