Tamarack Pines Inn
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... we were pretty tired so went straight to sleep.
Regarding our accommodation in Vail for those of you interested….we have info about staff housing, however you don’t know who you’ll be sharing the dorm with. After meeting with Kris and Nikki, if we can find a good place we would love to house share with them so we have more of our own space, and also we love having animals around! It all really depends on pricing and location so we will talk with them properly ...
... are a lot of clear, sunny days, perfect flying weather. Good for Harley riding, too. Except for the heat.
Because of the dry climate here, it’s a conducive environment for preserving aircraft. To protect airliners during their storage from wind and sun damage, engines and windows are tightly covered with white, reflective materials – allowing the airplane to be stored safely for years until it’s ...
... but I was most relieved to just get out onto my jelly legs, with knotted shoulders from gripping the wheel. I promptly got back into my rightful photographers passenger seat. I had no control over the tears that followed next, more due to the release of the pent up stress of my only half hours driving. Not to be experienced again thank you very much. Shortly after we passed thru California state inspection control and into Barstow & picked up good old Route 66 for ...
... train, with double-decked containers making it look higher than a house. A second train came from the other direction as well.
Daggett was a KNACKERED town with only one smart, but old style, shop the other side of the tracks. We then skirted Barstow as it was huge, but there was ONE film location John could check out from Breakdown. The I-40 stops in Barstow and you carry on to L.A. with the I-15 coming down from Las Vegas. Near this junction is a ...
... valleys and breath taking curves in the road…with NO guard rails for a good bit of the "precipitous cliffs" part of the drive! John LOVED that part. None of the pictures we took do the views justice at all.
At one of the pullouts, we met a very nice couple from England who were traveling through our southwest on holiday. As we were talking to them, a large number of motorcycle riders from different parts of the country came past us. Bill told us that he had ...