They did. They fellow did an excellent job, and they didn’t even charge me.
Everyone at that shop was super nice. I even purched a shirt. Maybe since they are right off of Roy Rogers Drive that gives them an edge up.
Photo from royrogers.com
Roy, Dale, Trigger, and Bullet lived right near Victorville in Apple Valley.When we rode out of the shop and headed to Joshua Tree, the Dale Evans Parkway took us in the direction we needed to go.
Parking in the Joshua Tree Visitors center lot I pulled into a spot next to a pickup with a Greyhound nose sticking out the window. The dog looked similar to my long gone Whippet Babbo
The dog was from Lithuania, and I know that because walking into the visitor’s center Peppermint found a major credit card lying on the ground. As we both wondered how we could use it for fame and fortune, we both knew we were giving it to the first National Park Service Ranger we saw in the visitor center, in hopes of it finding its owner, but we didn’t have to wait that long as a women we met on the path to the visitor center asked us if the card had the name Boslow on it. The card had that name on it, and we repatriated the card with its owner or some very crafty criminals.
We hiked around the rocks but left flashlights in the bikes, and walked back on the road to avoid darkness. Will see more of the park after the sun rises....