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This Motel is very tired and for the money saying it is a luxury room when it clearly isn't.
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After a bad night for David we think it was something he ate on the flight, thanks BA. The day started rather slowly. Glorious day clear blue skies so breakfast outside our room. The Harmony Motel was probably very good in the '70s, but things move on and it certainly hasn't, very tired and dated not sure how our room was Deluxe. Breakfast finished …
... in Las Vegas.
By this time, the sun was so strong and we were in need of our weekly shower so found the local swimming pool again. This time is was only $3 each!! We had a quick swim then a long shower and felt all nice and clean.
Our next stop was California to Joshua Tree National Park. It should have taken about 4 hours, however due to closed roads it took almost another hour! Eventually we came across civilization in a town ...
... been the same guy because he'd said he'd just come from Vegas and had to go through the middle of nowhere. Very funny.
My last stop of the day was the Split Rock nature trail, another thing I'd skipped the day before. It was also full of very cool rocks and again the afternoon sun was perfect for pictures. It had actually warmed up to the point I'd taken off both jackets. But by the time I finished the trail the sun was getting very low and it was getting ...
... another place with cool rock formations.I was almost done with the northern loop road by this point, and it was late enough that the sun was too low for good pictures on any nearby trails. Unfortunately this time of year the sun sets at 4:30 pm. So I decided to head out of the park and go to a place I'd heard of called Pioneertown. It was a few miles north of the city of Yucca Valley, and it was an old west town that had built in the 1950s as a Hollywood ...
... This was a last minute addition to the trip and I did not do my usual homework. If I did my perhaps I would have learned to avoid the Mohave Desert in August! Duh... Perhaps we will be back another time, but we are certainly in no rush. The wounds are too fresh. For the first time on the trip, I can honestly say, we were all bored. We were hunkered down in the RV with all the shades drawn and the AC cranked for the whole day. There was ...