La Quinta Old Town Villas
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... home for a delicious steak & chicken BBQ with all the trimmings...a very memorable evening!
We always wonder where the time goes while we are 'chill-axing' at Lake Cahuilla, but sadly, our time here is finished and we head out tomorrow. What a great way to kick-start the holiday!
Tracy & Doug ...
... their insurance. They wanted $15 a day. Almost doubling our car hire. We were offered a discount to $11 a day and had no real choice but to accept.
We were introduced to our car outside. It is totally white so we instantly named it "Caballo Blanco" or White Horse.
1. Because it is a connection to our Spanish in South America
2. Because i am reading a book about "caballo ...
... at some point.
We got back to the campsite and entertained ourselves for a while by climbing the big rock formations next to the camping site. This was definitely not easy and the way back down eventually took twice as long as climbing up!!! Mieke was very happy she made it back alive from yet another adventure and decided we needed to go for a well deserved drink in the town close by.
We found an authentic ...
... small hike from the south entrance to the campground, about 30 miles, but as we drove through we noticed the temperature was actually dropping - thank goodness. We passed several campgrounds that were closed and got a little nervous hoping that Jumbo Rocks was open, and had available campsites. We made it to the campground, and it was open - phew. I jumped out to get a fee envelope and read the posted signs. WARNING: Aggressive Africanized Honey Bees! WHAT?!? ...
... We did a bit of climbing ourselves but after a few minutes the effects of the intense heat would set in and we jumped back into the cool car. We did spend a bit of time trying to recreate the U2 album cover, harder that you think!
Back on the road and into the state of Nevada we read about ...