Days Inn Victorville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Ok....not good at directions! Said it was 20min walk to town, actually 1hour on busy road with no pavement!!
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... a shower.
Ventured out on the bike to the Smoke Wagon Saloon - it was just me and April the bartender to start with. Then I met a a nice couple, Lisa & Felix.
Felix has a DJ/Karaoke business and lives in San Diego - commutes to Victorville regularly for work.
I decided to look at old Victorville in the morning so I visited a wine bar and sampled a Cab Sav and a Shiraz over a trio of cheeses plate. ...
... the community I had built in Redlands, losing my Grandma and working while still going to school. Once I recognized that God was using these things to make me aware of my thirst and need for Him I began to re-arrange them. God needed to be my primary source of love and refreshment instead of community. Things began to shift.
"...I will lead her into the desert and speak tenderly to her. There I will giver her back ...
... to Wasco and then to Shafter, were John wanted Joss to buy a drink in the store that they held up in Thelma and Louise, but the area had been totally redeveloped since John was last there in 2005.
Next we went west on the small H-58 to Bakersfield and then out the other side on the six lane stretch of H-58 heading for Mojave and Mojave Desert. But we had a real unexpected treat before we got anywhere near the Tehachapi pass west of Mojave. Continuing up the hill ...
We decided to spend the day out at Lytle Creek because that's the way we like to celebrate birthdays in our family. That's actually not true, but is weird enough to actually be true. The drive was interesting but uneventful. No one even yelled at me or anything.
We arrived early enough to find an excellent parking spot but unfortunately we didn't know where to stop. Flying by the ranger station we saw one of those annoying little signs about those ...
... for many Southern Californians.
The high desert is a very dry and windblown place. Unlike Eastern summer nights, high desert nights are particularly cold, and the temperature plunges dramatically. Though we'd brought warm clothing, we found ourselves chilled as we waited over an hour and half for the game after the sound check. Joe sang beautifully and we settled in to watch the game ...