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Retro 70s furniture in my room at the Royal Hawaiian Motel at Baker, California I check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sThumbnailsMojave National Preserve map: Day 14: Cima Dome to Baker, California via Kelso DepotI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sThumbnailsMojave National Preserve map: Day 14: Cima Dome to Baker, California via Kelso DepotI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sThumbnailsMojave National Preserve map: Day 14: Cima Dome to Baker, California via Kelso DepotI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sThumbnailsMojave National Preserve map: Day 14: Cima Dome to Baker, California via Kelso DepotI check in at the Royal Hawaiian Motel for the night, which is an interesting example of kitsch from the 60s or 70sThumbnailsMojave National Preserve map: Day 14: Cima Dome to Baker, California via Kelso Depot

After checking in at the Royal Hawaiian, I walk over to Los Dos Toritos, one of the only non-chain restaurants in town, to officially end my trip and start reminiscing over a tasty chile verde plate.

After a quiet evening at the motel, the 10-ton bike and I will spend tomorrow on the Amtrak bus and train to get back to San José, the land of employment, mortgages and suburban sprawl. I'll even get to speak to some French tourists at the bus stop here in Baker before I leave.

This trip will become another well-earned deposit in the memory chest.