Travel Blogs from Colton
... think there making it somewhere" Little did I know that this second thought would start to come true the next day. I didn't get much sleep that night, sleeping on a steep slope behind a rock, in an attempt to hide from the wind. After 2 more miles of stupid seemingly going nowhere walking, we, dugood and I, finally made it to the desert floor. Across the desert looking close but actually 5 miles away was Interstate 10. Our next check point was just past ...
... cautious driving and high-speed wiper activity. Whenever I saw some knucklehead coming up fast behind me I just kept an even pace in my lane and let them fly by leaving a wide wake of water dumping on me but I drove at a speed I was comfortable with. There are several places on the road where one or the other lane is closed off for a never ending construction project and we'd already passed a couple and were right in the midst of a third one when I ...
... PCH in Malibu. There were really nice houses up here with views of the ocean with some steep driveways. When we came out on PCH we drove north a short distance and then started south. You couldn't see much of the houses in this section only the garage doors or privacy entrances but we did stop at a section where there were no homes and could see the 2 and 3 story homes hanging over the beach. We stopped for lunch at a stretch of beach that was accessible and looked south to the ...
... the Dixie National Forest - Dixie because the St George valley climate was ideal for cotton growing. .
Into this staircase of cliffs and terraces, the Paria River and its tributaries have carved a landscape of isolated mesas, valleys, buttes, and narrow canyons. Buckskin Gulch, considered to be the longest slot canyon in the world, is located here. The highest part of the Monument is the Kaiparowits Plateau which fans ...
... nice pictures, and being able to cook. Some days I wish I had stable friends that I could meet up with for Taco Tuesdays or have BBQ’s in the summer, or go kayaking with or see my nieces for all their milestones. Some days, I get frustrated because I can’t have these things and be able to travel freely. But I know that I am not ready for the monotony of a real job again. I can’t think about abandoning all of my desires and opportunities abroad for ...
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