Americas Best Value Inn Hesperia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... only 14 miles to go before Cajon Pass, where my aunt will have come for me to take two days off to spend with family. In actuality, the timing was just perfect. Rain and snow was forecasted in the mountains and valleys for later this evening and tomorrow Friday. Serendipitously, I could not have picked a better time to be off the trail. The views along the trail approaching Cajon Pass were stunning. The trail ...
... I puked a few times then went and passed out in the hot spring for a few hours to try and warm up, a giant jug of water by my side. I slept in the shade on the beach until 3 o'clock that day when I finally got the nerve to put on my pack and walk away. Somehow I got 7 miles away that night, but the dehydration and fierce sunburn of the hot spring followed me for the next few days, reminding me of the good and bad, but mostly just the eventful time I had at the hot springs. The ...
... just up river a bit, we have all four wheels firmly on Californian tarmac. As with the last stretch of Route 66 in Arizona, the Interstate diverges quite a way from Route 66 in the first half of California. We drove through the KNACKERED town of Goffs and after Essex, on a dead straight stretch of road, I let Harry drive for the second time so he could 'get his miles up'. He had the cruise control on for most of his drive as he was driving as they do in America. ...
... town frequently for hand outs…today was not one of those days so we didn’t see any but saw the signs of them, if you know what I mean!.
Oatman was born in 1906 as a tent camp; it flourished as a gold mining center, and then was stricken a near fatal blow in 1942 when Congress declared that gold mining was no longer essential to the war effort. Oatman now receives over 500,000 visitors each year, drawn by its history as a gold mining center which produced ...
... adventure passes again. Detour back to the ranger station left me feeling a little unnerved. The 2 people working in the station were very elderly & seemed a little out of it but maybe that's an over reaction.
We bought our pass & proceeded to disregard the little map they gave us. We drove until we could hear the guns firing & we ran out of road. Maben Rule #1: never believe a map, they lie & confuse you for fun! Turning ...