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Baker, California has a sort of skyline with its "tallest thermometer in the world" and its motel and fast-food signs

Baker, California has a sort of skyline with its "tallest thermometer in the world" and its motel and fast-food signs Just before arriving at Baker, California, Kelbaker Road crosses the I-15 freewayThumbnailsI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sJust before arriving at Baker, California, Kelbaker Road crosses the I-15 freewayThumbnailsI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sJust before arriving at Baker, California, Kelbaker Road crosses the I-15 freewayThumbnailsI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sJust before arriving at Baker, California, Kelbaker Road crosses the I-15 freewayThumbnailsI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sJust before arriving at Baker, California, Kelbaker Road crosses the I-15 freewayThumbnailsI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70s

Baker's big thermometer registers 94 degrees, so I'm not crazy after all in thinking that it's a hot day here.