Orange Show Inn San Bernardino
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... from us and some 6 lane sections. In standard interstate form we got separated again. I arrived and checked into our hotel, a final Route 66 classic 'Wigwam' motel. Mat turned up about 20-30minutes later. We're just chilling out before going for a drink if we can find anything. We'll wait for the traffic to die down tomorrow and then head to the end of route66 Santa Monica! I've included some more photos of Mat today for his mum by ...
... the lady at the counter said she remembers me "But choo gotta have chor teekit" I tipped my content of my carry bag over in desperation... And found my ticket! So I raced back with a minute before departure and for on. And here I am.... As I'm writing this, we are traveling along the Historic Route 66 in the Mojave Desert. But there is nothing but sand and shrub here. Probably because its a desert, but even with its vast nothingness, I am still filled with ...
... residences and businesses. It was a great way to get into the Christmas spirit.
We will be spending Christmas with our good friends Jim and Della from Gibbons. They bought a beautiful winter home in Palm Springs and invited us to join them for the holiday as they won't have any family for Christmas either. We will come back to Hemet for the New Year's celebration and head for Arizona around the 8th of January.
... returning from Palm Springs and entered the freeway just as the procession was approaching. We stayed ahead of the group for 25 miles but exited towards Hemet, CA where the offramp crosses over this freeway. We pulled off, ran to the overpass and watched as the procession approached: There were several cop cars, firetrucks and ambulances already parked there - they saluted the hearst. The cop cars in the procession responded with a blast of the siren, a horn, a claxton to a ...
... would go to Dave’s head.
We set out for San Quintin, driving through fields of grapes, tomatoes, prickly pear cacti, corn, potatoes? Etc. Some of the earth is red – just like PEI, but altogether different.
Camping at the El Pabellon RV park as per Gomez’s suggestion. Miles of sand dunes, the pacific pounding at the shore and only a few other campers.Fernando (AKA Dave) put on his hairdressing hat and coloured my ...