Sunnyvale Garden Suites Hotel
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... the bottom. Outside it was warming up to over 100 F. We walked through a tunnel at the bottom and the through a tunnel to the power house and then about halfway on the dam wall with a window to to look out. Even the show tunnels were built with pride, with Art Deco patterns on the Terrazzo floors and ornamented brass lift doors.
Back to Boulder for lunch where in the cool of the sports bar watching the soccer we picked up some tips on the next part ...
... two lane roads, first through Mojave Desert Preserve, and then through absolutely nothing. Mojave National Preserve was actually really beautiful. The road went through a valley between two mountain ranges, and at one point it went through a pretty dense forest of Joshua Trees. I’d only ever seen fairly small versions near Red Rock in Vegas, but these trees were incredible. At the time I couldn’t imagine that Joshua Tree NP could be better. I also ...
... boulders surrounding the landscape and it was spectacular and very very hot. There was a cool wind, but it was blowing a gale and you had to hold onto your hat. Fortunately it kept the bees away which are everywhere at the moment and meant from the top of the lookout at Keys View we could see for miles (almost to Signal Mountain in Mexico). We took a walk around the hidden valley and were able to watch people rock climbing and give the boys a chance ...
... that we knew we came from. We had more than 500 meters to hike until we would see the truck according to the GPS. This meant a bit more climbing, a long stretch above the canyon, and then a decent to where the truck was. Finally, we had made it. Four hours later.
I would like to point out how thankful I was that I did not make this trip in the rainy season, during this canyon trip more than ever, as there is no way I would have made it out of the morning ...
... and we even get some rain! First time on this trip that we had some serious clouds and precipitation. The next morning we leave the clouds behinds us when we cross a mountain range and it is blue skies again as we are heading for Grand Canyon. We stop on the way in Cameron Trading Post. You immediately get introduced to the fact that you are going to one of the most popular National Park in the USA. Busloads of people are having a lunch break ...