La Quinta Vacations Rental
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We had a pleasant drive back to Lake Havasu City to pick up our trailer. My brother Stephen was waiting for us and we had an excellent visit with him in the trailer before we left.
Our drive to Indio, CA was uneventful and we checked into the large Elks RV park there. Right next door is La Quinta where Darlene's brother Duane and his wife Stella live. Since ...
... an extreme distance runner and this car will certainly cover some distances.
Having never driven on the "wrong" side of the road before and having only driven an automatic a couple of times i was certainly thrown in at the deep end. We had to navigate three 6 lane freeways and after 3 hours we arrived at La Quinta. Here we had arranged to meet Sean from the Africa trip. He has been here with his ...
... guys, y'ar beautiful, look at you" and then disappeared back onto the "live" stage!
We called this place Cougarsville and what an amusing evening it was. We couldn't take our eyes off the show that unfolded on the dance floor as various admiring females drifted over to the stage to touch, kiss, cuddle and flirt with the band that wasn't actually playing a single note.
We were in California after all, the state where no one grows ...
... near Cottonwood campground and there is a single lane stretch of over 13 miles that you have a lead car that takes you. Heading north the lead car takes off every hour and half hour and coming down from the north it goes every quarter past and forty five minutes past the hour. Speed limit is 25 but our lead car took off at 40 going over tar, rocks, loose gravel and by construction crews. Watch out for stones hitting your ...
... The Joshua trees were amazing (see photos). We clambered over the rocks and saw such a variety of plant and flowers, saw a few birds too. We then drove on to the Hidden Valley, where we did a circular walk around amazing rock formations, just looked like a scene from a Western!
We stopped at Keyview lookout to see the San Andreas Fault, before heading to Barker Dam. It was built for cowboys to water their cattle. Such ...