Econo Lodge Hesperia
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... 16 The weight of the bike feels like it made it worse. Both screen and sunglasses full of snow. Had to take a photo obviously. Rob it was like riding a Harley from Your place in Alps from the top in snow. No difference at all. Even the locals at the ski lodge we stopped at cannot believe the weather. The ski station has not opened for 4 years coz of no snow. I always imagined an earthquake was more likely in LA than snow. To think I was excited about putting my shorts on ...
... Up, up and up the trail continued. Stopping occasionally for a rest I struggled to regain my breath. As I neared the highest point – the Grandview Point – the air was becoming chilly, despite the afternoon sun being well out.
Coming down again was a blast, the descent lasting for around 15 minutes. Fast corners, drops off logs, twisting on the bike as I negotiated gaps through ...
... side and it is right next to I-15. It was great to be here after our 415 miles today and as I've said before, Best Western is a comfortable place to stay. But this one didn't have a restaurant. The moody old woman in reception (think 'scary school head teacher') said there was a place to eat just up the road to the right of a stop light. So we went off up the hill of the 138. We went up and up, but saw nothing like such a place. Eventually, some eight miles to ...
... It has been a great ride, but I am missing hubby and the pets a ton after nearly two weeks traveling. I can’t wait to see them get onboard our new home tomorrow for the first time.
From Father – Well, we finally slowed down. This morning was 'layback Monday’… sharing good time for relaxed conversation minus the bouncing of RV. We’re looking forward to a lite driving ...
... million dollars in gold at 1930 prices. The town was used in feature films such as “How the West was Won,” Edge of Eternity,” Universal Soldier,” Foxfire,” as well as commercials, calendars, and historical documentaries.
As we left Oatman and continued west on Route 66 towards I-40 and California, we drove through lovely farming areas in the Mojave Desert Valley. Also there were mountains with HUGE boulders forming them and extreme ...