El Rancho Dolores Motel
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... As we walked down the jetty Darren was in shock at how many big carp were just there staring up at you! I guess they get fed a lot and know where the food comes from….there is a sign saying no fishing in this area so they must know they’re safe. It was just like swarms of them everywhere we went…I guess Brits pay very very good money to buy carp for their ponds! Our plan is to hopefully have time to go out kayaking with Chayce and Max when ...
... off earlier.He said he had talked to about 20 people and would post it on YouTube, but I haven't been able to find it yet.
The other cool thing was the guy mentioned meeting a French Canadian who had bicycled all the way from Montreal, across Canada to Vancouver, and then was making his way down the west coast of the US. I had actually passed a guy on a bike on my way down from Vegas, when I was in the middle of nowhere in Mojave National Preserve. And it ...
... Lost Horse Valley and surrounding mountains. It was way cooler than Keys View at the time. So I found a nearby pile of rocks to climb up on, and just sat in amazement for a long time. There was a great view of the "Wonderland of Rocks", or what I like to call the wonderwall. The north side of the valley is lined by a long row of small granite mountains, looking like a solid wall of rocks just plopped down onto the plain.
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... VIPs. We will be welcomed as heroes by colleagues and old friends, meet new friends, and soak our travel weary feet in the warm pacific. We will recount vivid tales of the road while letting the sales guys buy all the drinks. And finally we will return home, into the loving embrace of those who so unflappable held down the fort while we went gallivanting across the country.
... in complete silence. Literally no one spoke a word. The heat and sun were that draining. The upshot to the heat is that no one is here. We have a giant campground lined with beautiful cactus and Joshua Trees all to ourselves. Last night we had a giant desert style bonfire and took some long exposure pics of the trees. Looking at the pics below, you would not even know that they were taken at night if it were not for the stars in ...