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... forest fire in the area - all inhabitants were evacuated, 1700 firefighters & hundreds of appliances involved in fighting it, more than 2600 acres affected but fortunately only one dwelling. So the family went back home & we had a trial overnighter in the campervan beside the Kern River to check that everything worked ok.
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... term for some reason) at the hotels, packed lunches on the go and fatty diner dinners, plus the odd bottle of wine and many Budweisers. Weather: blue skies, 20 to 25 celcius though much colder in the mountains in the mornings. Emma: is asleep... (she does wake up occasionally I swear). Suffered a bout of self diagnosed altitude sickness, which I called mild dehydration, but has made a remarkable recovery for one so near deaths door and this evening she ...
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... br> I went for a brief walk and found a baby California Desert Tortoise. Thinking it was drying up and dead I brought it back to the campsite to show the kids. The tortoise wasn’t dead, it just looks like that normally. After the kids had all seen it, I took off for a hike to take some pictures and relocate the tortoise away from the trails. Back to its natural habitat. I was doing what I enjoy doing...exploring and examining the natural world around me.
... to our plan to see some sunset and early morning sunrise, as now the prospect of sleeping in the car was looking quite real. Neither of us fancied that, although the back seat looked alright. So having driven through it, we abandoned Death Valley and took the advice of the innkeeper to head to the nearest town - Ridgecrest a mere 70 miles away.