Econo Lodge Hesperia
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... But still a nice 10 mile hike with excellent views and 3,500+ feet of elevation.
Late in the hike we decided to camp again at the same site as last night, so we drove the short 2 minutes back from the trailhead and had a buffet of mashed potatoes and corn "cooking" shortly after declaring the homestead. Then a quick trip downhill to town for firewood (they were closed but sold us some anyway) and another fire topped off the early night.
... 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 ...
... The rocks looked as if they were still as hot as the day they were formed. At one point, there were vast lava fields on either side of the Interstate. Most of our drive today looked like a monstrously sized moonscape. Very harsh, but very beautiful scenery in its own way. Our drive today was somewhat hampered by the high winds (24-28 MPH) which made poor Mufasa want to swing and sway at times. The road itself was VERY rough until after we got to Barstow. Near Barstow (where ...
... for better or worse, came together again and again. My last night in Denver, we held each other in the bed of my truck. We have been everywhere together, through everything. We brought each other the lightest times of our lives; we brought each other the darkest nights. We have been to hell and back, with each other, because of each other, and for each other. We have helped each other find our true selves, and have utterly and ...
... 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 ...