When we travel via our Lazy Daze, it seems like we are sliding through the country, enjoying the scenery while everyone else is working. So, in that vein here is the view out of our 7th floor motel window. These are the San Gabriel Mountains, looking north across Rancho Cucamonga.
This is our rig being worked on at the factory. The damage is at the rear corner of the rig. Yes, the rig has a wooden frame, very sturdy.
Near Rancho Jurupa is a small mountain, Mt. Rubidoux. It is the site of the oldest outdoor non-denominational Easter Sunrise Service in the United States. It also has a two mile asphalt hiking trail to the top, which is heavily used.
Riverside, looking northeast to Mt. San Jacinto.
Flabob Airport, and the small community of Rubidoux (an outskirt of Riverside), looking northwest.
A portion of the asphalt trail and the mountain top. This is one of two ways to the summit.
The World Peace Bridge, dedicated in 1925.
A most important person to us, and country as well, engraved on the Peace Tower.
I am not a religious person, but Carla got an outstanding picture here.