Spin and Margie's Desert Hideaway
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... get the chance, go. You will be inspired, gob-smacked and feel altogether small within its boundaries.
Me? I gazed out across the desert floor, the rocks, the cacti, the hills, the mountains and I thought of...of...cowboys, of the Westerns I watched as a child on Saturday afternoons (when there was only sport on ITV and BBC1)...of Champion the Wonder Horse, of The Lone Ranger and Shane.
For Miss P and me, it was a place to walk and ...
... have them in your own backyard...
The road up to Joshua Tree is a long, winding climb through the desert landscape. A long stretch of the road runs between steep mountainsides but as we get closer to Joshua Tree the landscape flattens and we start to see small clusters of houses along the road. It's fascinating to see how many people make this unforgiving environment their home.
After about an hour's drive we reach ...
... from a lack of sleep and exhaustion from the wind and cold last night. Thursday we plan to wake up early and head back to Joshua Tree to do some hiking. The weather is supposed to be beautiful unlike today. We didn't get the mileage I was expecting on this vacation but that's okay. Barker Dam and Ryan Mountain are potential choices for hikes tomorrow. We also want to take more pictures of the Joshua trees. ...
More from John....don't I look like a cleaning lady int eh second picture? Nice buff (scarf) t keep my hair from flying around Here's the bacon cheeseburgers cooking on the grillâ¦â 6;nice woodsmoke flavor tooâ¦.and the view of the sleeping location, dining area and the sun setting - giving a glow to the area. > > ...
Did a hike today called Ryan mountain which everyone was saying was a good 4-6 hour hike up this hill/mountain called funny enough Ryan mountain, it took us just over 2 hours to ascend and descend the mountain, the views of Joshua tree national park where beautiful park, we then to check out a few. View points where you can see the San Andreas ...