Montezuma Castle National Monument Transportation

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    Restrooms at Park Visitor Centers

    by Yaqui Written Apr 8, 2008

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    If you are ever in the area just hiking around or in a emergency situation with a family member, park visitor centers will always have restrooms available. I know they are essential to my family….lol.

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    Driving through the Mojave Desert.

    by Jerelis Updated Sep 13, 2006

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    During our drive from Los Angeles to Phoenix we drove about 600 km through the Mojave Desert. We passed the Joshua Tree National Monument, which is a very poor soil area with highly deformed trees. These trees can grow up till 15 meters. We also drove through the windmill park of Palm Springs. This was the scenery we drove through, to get to Montezuma Castle National Monument.

    There are about 2000 windmills located there. Palm Springs is an artificial oasis and the favorite golf destination for the rich and famous of Hollywood. We had lunch in Blythe, which is a dried out little town. Finally we witnessed some beautiful tornado's. Not too large, but strong enough to suck you up and splash you away for over 10 meters!

    The Mojave Desert (Mojave is used for the desert while Mohave is used for the native people) occupies a significant portion of southern California and smaller parts of southwestern Utah, southern Nevada, and northwestern Arizona, in the United States.

    A tornado during our drive through the desert.
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    Like in practically the whole...

    by Pavlik_NL Written Oct 15, 2002

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    Like in practically the whole of the United States of America, the car is the best way (often even the only way) to travel from A to B. It has an extra plus, as the freedom to stop where-ever you want is unlimited. So, do this whenever there is something to enjoy and this is in the U.S. of A. as well ... unlimited. If not ... you miss the opportunities to make pictures lik this one ...

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