Best Western El Rancho Motor Inn
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... to a helpful lady we met who knew where she was. Apparently we took the first turn in the wrong direction and therefore were doing the route in reverse of the way we intended. Which made it very confusing when we came to the first junction - lol! We earned lunch, so we had typical american fare - Cowboy BBQ with slaw, cornbread and beans! Then we headed out of Palm Springs on a mission - to find the greatest Joshua Tree EVER and take a picture of Joshuah with ...
... it didn't open until 8:00am. No worries, there was a nice diner across the road so we went for a coffee. At 8:20am we went back to the gas station, still closed. We have noticed over the last few days that there is never any urgency with life in Arizona, probably the heat! We found another gas station further up the highway.
At this point Route 66 climbs through the hills, twisting and turning all the way to Oatman. The drive ...
If only we'd ended the day with apple pie, we'd have hit all of those terrific American traditions! The day begins with strange white shapes in the sky! They're the first clouds we've seen since arriving in Southern California and we're hoping the day might be a little less oppressive than the past few. What we hadn't realized was that the humidity has gone from 5% yesterday to ...
... and nearby daycare & the cupboards are full. Time to cruise Palm Canyon & Indian Canyon Drives and check out the overwhelming number of restaurants, shops & galleries. "Misting" is the strategy used most often to provide relief from the heat while you eat! It's like being a vegetable in a produce department with the cool spray keeping you fresh & looking your best. Home to ESA for a dip in the pool, some reading ...
... into the gravel. Evidently, we're moving about 20mm to the NE every year so I reckon that in a million years we'll be a mile closer to Bonnyville.
We went to the Travis Tritt concert at the Spotlight 29 Casino in Indio and really enjoyed it. We had
great seats and he put on a great show. The park had a "Western Show and Dance" and local entertainers presented skits, cowboy poetry and a few skits. They all dressed in the ...