La Quinta Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... most barren and desolate stretch of our trip, our muffler breaks loose from the main exhaust pipe and is now dragging on the ground. I (being the only mechanically aware member of the family) suddenly hear a deep rumbling sound and ask "What's that noise?" which of course no one else hears...at all. We pulls over and Stacey immediately sees that the muffler is dragging on the pavement. Foregoing AAA, we decide to wire up the parts off the ground but we don't have any wire. ...
... being inquisitive and would they mind telling me how it works! oh when i blurted out i was South African, the gentleman in the front said "we beat you at rugby!" i thought I'd missed something since i don't recall an embarrassing defeat to a USA team - as it turns out, he was originally from New Zealand - figures! but really, this group of people were so accommodating and explained with such patriotism how their voting system works and allowed me to also make ...
... of pumpjacks sucking oil located 500ft below 'em. Compared to the facilities we're used to, this field is an utter mess - pumpjacks facing every which-a-ways, low slack-span powerlines zig-zag all over the place, nothing seems symetrical, pipelines are laid on the ground and the roads look like a BMX track. If they want a road to go "over there," they dump a load of dirt on the pipeline and drive over it. What the....?
... this forever. There are massive rocks as well as vast dry flat plains dotted with Joshua Trees. There are rock climbers for Elwood to take inspiration from. There is a small track and Elwood leads us through it – delighted to be exploring. When we head back to the car, even Elwood does not moan. We are baking hot.
We continue our journey through the most amazing rocks. Even standing in front of them, you cannot get your head ...
... me invested in my own mind, understanding the value of time as its given to me, as rare as it is. Its easy to romanticize the past or idealize the future. But the true lesson lies in living in the present and the challenge persists in maintaining the presence of mind without the sparkling Mediterranean or the mighty Parthenon or the serene Normandy beachside. The challenge is remaining aware when normalcy of life sets back in. And while I ...