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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 ...
... br> fell in love with. Seeing the Joshua trees in person was something else.Standing tall in the desert under the scorching sun surrounded by nothingness, these trees are a symbol of strength , balance and solitude to me. They will always remain very special to me.
I took the driving seat on our road back to Cottonwood and absorbed the majestic landscapes listening to Mr. N Drake! Sun was slowly on its way to settle for the day. After reaching the camp, we ...
... is made with honey and clover) - not a good idea. Three minutes after cracking the beer the bees were on us. We grabbed them and headed for the car. We left the beer in the car for a few minutes as we were finishing setting up camp. When we went back to the car to grab them I took my first sip and felt something in my mouth...and quickly spat out my whole mouthful of beer to find a bee! I almost swallowed an Aggressive Africanized Honey Bee! I was lucky that ...
... a massive patch of cacti, which were interesting to see, and of course we had to get a close up view of a Joshua Tree- a tree which could be described as a gnarled, hairy hand (Megha’s description)!
Having not heard of Joshua Tree National Park until two weeks before arriving there, it was a truly beautiful place. With lovely weather, lots to see, plenty of interesting flora and animals, and really good campsites, certainly a place I would visit ...
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