Green Tree Inn & Extended Stay Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... totally bizarre. We had a slight diversion to the Outlet Mall in Barstow for a little light shopping and then continued on to Victorville.
There is an interesting Route 66 museum we are hoping to visit tomorrow before we leave and wind our way westwards for the final time through the Los Angeles suburbs, Hollywood and Beverley Hills towards the End of the Trail at Santa Monica pier. See you there ...
... on where to eat in San Francisco and everything was 'awesome!' We set off again, glad that we had filled the fuel tank up at Needles. Our next stop was Ludlow where we did enjoy a great meal in an old fashioned cafe. After another fifty miles of increasingly rough road where we could only manage 15 miles an hour, we reverted to the interstate for a short stretch before resuming 66 into Barstow. This was a disappointing town, much bigger than we ...
... wind and dust.
Dome Rock Mountains, the Colorado River, we’re in California now, green fields and orchards for a while; then sand again. Desert Center is our turning place, we leave the freeway, head north around the Park; Joshua Tree National. I stop for bent and twisted palms, now dead; reminds me of tornadoed places in the south.
No traffic here, ...
... And of course, what mountain celebration is complete without a campfire? Just a small one, which we kept a close eye on since the mountainsides were covered with dry grass. After a while, once the stars and distant lights of Victorville were shining brightly, and everyone was feeling pretty good, the guitars broke out. Scotty led, accompanied by me, doing my best to pick some leads, and Nick, playing a fantastic wooden flute. A little ...
... board sideways or else you're going to run into us on the way down. Inch yourself out, get your board ready, and just stand up when your board hits the snow." She barely moved. "Jane. We have to get off soon, you need to get ready or you're going to run into us. Remember, you WILL fall. Just get up and get the hell out of the way, okay?" She nods her head in acknowledgment, "okay okay." Our boards touched the snow, and I stood up and went down the ...