Willow Inn & Suites Blythe
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... close together, but they are close enough to make us feel like we are not out of civilization.
We haven’t decided how long we will be staying here. We have reservations at our next campground on Tuesday, 1/13—but it is a nice enough area we could easily extend here.
It is definitely greener and much more vegetation than I expect it to be in this ...
We got a late start out of El Centro Ca. The tempature at 9:30 AM was at or over 90 degrees. We made our way by car to Brawley. The roads were very narrow with soft sand shoulders. I have a few photos that show how narrow the roads were particulary when the farm truck carring produce would pass by. In Brawley I tried biking for several miles and the road turned narrow with bad shoulders. The adventure cycling maps I use warned about the narrow roads and the increased truck traffic on ...
... all the dogs.
Most of the time spent here was pure laziness, and fun and a lot of laughter, as it should be.
It is time for us to move on so we can dump and do laundry before we head to The Slabs to meet so more friends. Because guess what???? It's more boon docking all over again.
We hope this finds all our family and friends in good health.
Jim and Kathy
... just couldn't handle things, someone who never caught a break and decided to escape things through drugs or just fell on rough times and gave up. Hopefully he gets things figured out and turns things around. No way for anyone to live. We all make our own decisions, and that kid could be any of us, just because your life is good now.....doesn't mean something could'nt happen in your life to stick you in his shoes (Weather you decide to fall into the ...
... me to a bar. This bar was really cool. Lots of old posters on the wall, a leg/foot was sticking out of the ceiling - as if someone had fallen through it, there was a large remote control airplane, a pee-wee Herman puppet with a small towel wrapper around its waist - with a little note the read "please don't look up my towel.....", there were three telephone poles - one on each side of the bar and one ...