Green Tree Inn & Extended Stay Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cool the engine temp down. Best done when it gets above 100 outside. That way if your heaters are blasting out 95 you're still getting cool...
That is a total lie. It gets really hot.
But, my friends, adventures are what living on the road is all about. Adventures and eating too much.
Victorville, Red Roof Inn, swim, Wolf's deli, sleep ...
... myself spiritually for the trip and enjoying family and friends. It has been sweet in learning to appreciate and savor the waiting. I have this big sense of anticipation and wonder at where the Lord is leading me! I will be sending out updates and prayer request each month. I will be leaving to begin my job August 4th with classes beginning August 19th!
May His joy be our strength,
... But some parts of downtown Victorville on 7th Street remained, even thought they were boarded up. The next casualties?
We drove down Apple Valley looking for a motel without luck and so went back to Victorville for a hunch Joss had. She was right - on the top of the hill in Victorville was a smart looking motel: The attractively named Travel Inn & Suites. Inside reception, with the smells of Asian cooking and incense around us we had no problem checking-in. ...
... in a very long time. Also, there were thorny bushes & lots of icky bugs. Andrew was nice enough to let me explore all by myself. I took pictures so that he could pretend he was an explorer too.
As a side note, I went to Lytle Creek several times back in 1995 for a school project. Tuffy was just a toddler at the time & I was still married to #1. The water was a lot deeper & faster running. I was supposed to be studying the flow of the ...
... and sweat started to pour off. A very kind man slowed down to offer us a bottle of water out of his window, he obviously knew more than we did about what was ahead. We followed the Interstate highway for a while before branching off into a valley. And then we had our first serious climb. Riding up a hill takes on a whole new meaning when the hill is in the desert. It was quite frankly brutal.
Another highlight of the day was the ...