Quiet Creek Inn
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... the closed section. I had heard the road walk was dangerous with limited shoulder though, so I stayed on the trail as long as I could pushing all the way 14 miles and 3,000 ft higher up into the mountains. When I reached the closure I was out of food and only had 2 liters of water left so I hoped that town wasn't to far away. I walked down from the mountains and then down a paved then dirt road with no idea where I was. I just followed the powerlines and believed they ...
... 160; So, we plunked down our money and said, “Yep, that’s for us!” And now we’ve been back home for 4 months and it’s already time to embark on this trip. Ah, well. It’s about that time to hit the road again. We have many, many lists of things to do before we go, things to pack, things to remember. We will depart from San Francisco International Airport at just ...
... and I definitely was. So today.. May 6th.. we get to leave our lovely home in the desert and head north to Edmonton.. where I'm told it snowed this morning and the high will be 6 degrees C! Need I say more? I did manage a quick bike ride this morning.. with a few pics along the way. Signing off from Palm Desert and will reconnect in Alberta, likely over the long weekend (May 17th) when we will be heading to the mountains. Ciao for ...
... paved lot and we stayed here four nights. We met a couple in a nearby rig who go around to different art and Indian events selling Indian jewelry. They were very nice to visit with. Since there are no hookups campers need to dump their black and gray water if they stay too long and we found a dump site at a nearby truck stop. There is another casino about two miles away, The Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio. They also have a nice designated spot for ...
... But, more importantly there's food to be eaten! Matt and I have made a pact to consume as much pad thai, pad see ew, and green papaya salads as possible during our short time in Thailand. The culinary exploration will continue as we head north from Bangkok to Laos and then really explode as we make our trek from Hanoi south to Saigon...think fresh spring rolls and bottomless bowls of pho.
Life is good. ...