At the junction of I-40 and I-15, nearly halfway between LA and Las Vegas, down-and-out Barstow (population 23,000) has been a desert travelers’ crossroads for centuries. In 1776 Spanish colonial priest Francisco Garcés caravanned through, and in the mid-19th century the Old Spanish Trail passed nearby, with pioneer settlers on the Mojave River selling supplies to California immigrants. Meanwhile, mines were founded...
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