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After Zoobley got a clean bill of health from the vet, we headed east on I-8 to spend the night close to Mexicali for an early morning border crossing. There weren't any rooms or campgrounds in Calexico, so we had to settle for the Motel 6 in El Centro. In over five months on the road, I've only been scared once and this was it. The police cruiser …
... septic pits", old clothing, rusty vehicles and trash of all kinds. It's unfortunate, but you just cannot teach common sense to some people. The efforts of this website are to reverse the cycle of stupidity which brought on this situation, and hopefully bring about some change in the region. Regardless of what type of hardship a person may be facing, there's never any justification to trash the place and leave a mess behind when you leave. This is ...
... not give you the right to not take care of the land here. In riding around this place called Slab City you see a lot of trash just tossed around. There is a disposal area about a mile away but so many people choose not to use it, down the road they will close this place because of these reasons and you can't blame them.
As you can see there are some amazing sunsets here at the Slabs!
Jim and Kathy
... to get into the States than leaving and the lines of cars were very long at the border. Before getting to the US border agents there were people selling just about everything under the sun, and begging for money.
We drove home and to Star at Wal-Mart.
We spent the day in Yuma, AZ one hour away. We drove through another area of sand dunes and the RVs again were parked among the dunes. We saw many people ...
... We visited Bombay Beach the other day (Geocaching) which is a town totally destroyed by the flood waters. Kind of like a mini New
Orleans. The sea surface is 250 feet below sea level. JFA
A bit of a drive to get groceries and a bottle of wine or two, but unique all the same. From the campsite we can see the Salton Sea to the west and the Chocolate Mountains (lots of mining history) to the east. Palm Desert is about 1.5 hours from our ...