Econo Lodge Hesperia
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... went and the place started to empty out to just those planning on camping. I ended up getting naked and having some nice conversation with strangers in the hot spring. Hot springs always lead to good conversations. As the sun began to disappear it was just hikers in the tub. We talked about people we met, And places we had seen. A lot of us had hiked in appalachia as well so we compared the east coast to the west coast. A bald guys with a long beard came up and said he had done ...
... with scary eyes that follow you as you drive past. We were again on (or still on - we hadn't noticed earlier) the Beale Wagon Road as we drove through the large Kingman, but a not unattractive Kingman where they hold an annual Route 66 Classic Car Rally. Then came the switchbacks of the narrow Oatman 'highway' where Harry got all excited again like he had when we approached the climb to Jerome out of Cottonwood. The rock formations on the side of the mountain range ...
... 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 ...
... that thousands of bike riders from different parts of the country are heading to Washington, DC in the “Ride to the Wall” that is going on to raise awareness of our war veterans. They are scheduled to meet at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on a certain day. That should be a sight to see
Just for Frank L., we ate hamburgers for lunch in Oatman at the restaurant in the Oatman Hotel. The restaurant’s walls, ceilings, doors, windows, etc. were ...
... some large pieces of metal that looked suspiciously like a jeep, but we didn't really think it was Mad Dog's jeep. This trail took us a while to complete, and was fairly level. But, there were situations in which we had to cross over drops and walk on very narrow roads. We soon reached the dams again and returned to our cars. This hiking trip was very fun and we all had a great time.