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... was an abundance of RV parks with inexpensive sites. Upon checking in to our deserted desert RV Park, I was surprised to learn was this is a mecca for Rock Hounds and other attendees of the "Desert Gardens International Rock, Gem & Mineral Show" which runs from... now get this... January 1st through February 28th. Yes, we are talking about two full months of “Show” with hundreds of vendors from all around ...
... She said she had been planning this hike for 2 years, but hadn't slept much in 5 days and wasn't enjoying herself. We tried to encourage her, give her advice, but she was snappish. it seemed clear very quick that she had already made up her mind. After 13 days and 200 miles she was giving up on something she had planned for 2 years. It can all come to an end so fast. The trail Angel gave her a ride to the airport and she was gone and off the trail in ...
... of that!".
As we drove through that long, ugly, boring desert between home and the Nevada/California state line we passed a huge traffic jam going the other way and sort of "smugly" thought "gee, those folks are hating life right now" and thanking our lucky stars that we weren't involved.
About 10 miles before the state line we started getting rain, sometimes really heavy and all of a sudden the freeway started looking like a bumper ...
... 2...buying the material for Terry to do himself. We found everything but the oil so we decided to go exploring. The weather was hazy so everything looked fuzzy. I wanted to travel thru the mountains east of Malibu so off we went. Our problem is we don't get started until late morning so by the time we were heading west it was close to noon. The traffic on Route 134 heading in the opposite direction as us, was already backed up for miles. That should have been the clue not to ...
... from the town of Escalante into an enormous grayish green triangle, ending far to the south east at Lake Powell and the Paria Plateau. The 800,000-plus acres of the Kaiparowits form the wildest, most arid, and most remote part of the Monument. The fossil-rich rocks of the Kaiparowits contain perhaps "the best and most continuous record of Late Cretaceous terrestrial life in the world." The plateau has been described as ...
Other places to stay in Colton
2830 South Iowa Avenue, Colton | 2 star hotelfrom $98
250 North 9th Street, Colton | 2 star hotelfrom $86
1311 R.V Center Dr., Colton | 2 star hotelfrom $61
450 North Sperry Drive, Colton | 2 star hotelfrom $81