Econo Lodge Hesperia
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... light (and therefore NOT 'just up the road') was the Mountain Top Cafe sitting on a pass of its own. Inside there was a lovely 'ski lodge' type atmosphere with friendly staff, very cold beer and large portions of very reasonable dinner.
Back at the motel, Harry spent an hour and a half in the jacuzzi and swimming pool until well past the sunset, while I typed-up the you-know-what. We had made it to here by 6pm and would have a good rest before an early start ...
... 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 ...
... And of course, what mountain celebration is complete without a campfire? Just a small one, which we kept a close eye on since the mountainsides were covered with dry grass. After a while, once the stars and distant lights of Victorville were shining brightly, and everyone was feeling pretty good, the guitars broke out. Scotty led, accompanied by me, doing my best to pick some leads, and Nick, playing a fantastic wooden flute. A little ...
... I enjoyed hot cocoa while looking for Jane and Ate Rot.
Jane looked beaten, but said she had fun. We all told her and Ate Rot that it takes a few tries to learn how to ride, and that it feels great once it "clicks" but just to keep practicing. Ate Rot still had to drive home to San Diego so she did not join us for dinner. We drove all the way back to Glendale and changed out of our snow gear before heading over to Hooters in Burbank. Last ...