Marriott's Shadow Ridge II- The Enclaves
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Marcus and Andy finally get to camp!!!!!
It was a perfect night, pretty warm, desert clear skies, and no creepy crawlies that we could see.
We dropped a tarp, rolled out our bags, and tried to have a fire. The only wood we had was from the original campground in Virgina, which we had been saving ...
After the off-road adventure we were not quite sure what our next (and penultimate) destination should be. Andy was lobbying hard for a visit to Bombay Beach on the Salton Sea. But couldnt quite get enough support for adding additional hours to the trip. It would have put our arrival time in San Diego in a bit of jeopardy. So it was descided to head to Joshua Tree.
After a ...
... home. The Internet over here isn't very reliable so hard to know if it will update or not. Drove through big bear beautiful place. Then lots of driving through the desert. Arrived to the big lights and people everywhere, slap bang in the middle of the ...
... over the mountains. Beautiful sight. I couldn't wait for the caravan to stop so that I could get a picture. Everyone in the caravan had the same idea. It took about 45 minutes to get to the fairgrounds in Indio where the FMCA rally was being held. This was a leisurely day with nothing going on except registration until a group happy hour with the Alfa See Yas.
Just an hour's drive east-south-east of Palm Desert is the Salton Sea. We headed east on I-10 to Indio, did a little shopping at WinCo (a huge bulk grocery place) and then south towards the Salton Sea.
Our original plan was to check out Yuma, AZ today, but we though better of it as we wanted the time to explore around the Sea instead. We headed partway down the west shore of this inland salt-water sea. Expecting some kind of a ...
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