Indian Wells Resort Hotel
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... that stretches next the park, and there's clear evidence of the earthquakes that have come in the past.
On top of that, of the parts of the park we didn't get to explore, there are Indian camps, old mines and wells, mills and towns made by the old cattle-ranchers. It's really a part of the wild west, and looks like it could be straight out of an old western movie.
Overall a pretty cool place to be.
Unfortunately nothing too exciting to report today. We got up early, had our breakfast ( we had a ticket from trailfinders to get a breakfast free so why not!) and went to the pool by 11am to make the most of the sunshine.
The guys at the bar were good and would walk round and take your drinks orders, wanting a tip of course, which was a nice added touch! We ventured in and out of the pools all day.
John decided to have a look around ...
So today we leave Phoenix with a cloudless sunny day... Bloody typical! But anyway, back on the road hoping for some lovely weather at our next chill out destination.
It was the easiest drive to Palm Springs from Phoenix as it was just on interstate 10 the whole way, at least it was decent roads though and not through huge mountains.
The scenery was lovely on the way, all the ...
After a long but fantastic journey we hit Los Angeles and the weather kept getting better. I can only describe LA as: Spaghetti junction represented by a few strands of spaghetti and LA represented by a few tins of Spaghetti. We suddenly found that we were alone as motorhomes go and we soon realised why, price of parking and lack of it for RV's, no where to pull in we drove all over ...
... I explained where we camped for the night and how some of the roads were under construction below. This National Park is located in the Colorado Desert (the eastern part of the park below 3,000 feet above sea level). Tortoises are found here but they are declining because it takes the young over five years to grow a hard shell and coyotes and ravens are killing them. There are Ravens in the park because tourists are leaving trash ...