Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Up around 8am and had a cup of coffee while Mike and I chatted a bit. Until dave got up around 10am and Jenny up around 11:30am. We discussed what we wanted to do today and we just wanted to catch up with travel experiences we all have had. I grew iup in this area so there is not much to see that I haven't seen most of my life in this area.
Tonight we will be going to a Chicago style restaurant.
... flies so thick you can't see out the windows. Well, not so much! And to make matters even worse - the park's electric problems have now made 50 amp service unavailable - so, in 100 degree temps we had to stay inside running only one a/c. To top it all off, our Verizon aircard signal has been abysmal here.
... ft elevation. It certainly had no problem reminding us what ascending was all about. What a change in scenery, well, more like environmental conditions. In no time at all we were snow walking across 9000 ft elevation ridges. Once again "welcome to the desert!" It was a good day overall, we just ended up covering way less mileage than anticipated due to the terrain and conditions. Camp aimed for was 193 but by 190 at Fuller Ridge trailhead, we saw big beautiful wind ...
... options. What the store didn't seem to have, was a toilet. Even though it did have a coffee shop. I spend $109 there and walk away knowing I'll return. I head from there to the gym. After the gym I return to the Huxtable household and I see Adriana prepping Matthew for his baseball game. He was suppose to be there at 6pm but the game isn't until 7. I offer to take him and she gleefully accepts. I drive him to the field and, I park to seek his coach. I ...
... and antique stores. But we couldn't figure out the attraction. It looks like a little ski town but there is no ski hill and we could see no apparent source of industry other than tourism. It was bustling though, even had a tour bus arrive while we were there. We were wondering if it is a summer getaway spot for residents of Palm Desert trying to escape the heat. We drove around town for a bit, stopped briefly for a couple of pictures and in a couple of stores to look around. ...