:cursing: We have lived in Los Angeles most of our lives and I have a 3 year old Tesla that I love. Since we have traveled all over the world we decided this pre Easter week we would take a drive locally. We decided that we would take a 300 mile trip to Death Valley and stay at the Furnace Creek Inn. I went to have the car looked over because it would not be very good if we were trapped in 102 degrees somewhere -nowhere. Well the service center informed me that there were new Tesla Charging stations on the shortest way from Los Angeles. So today off we went. We stopped twice, once in Mohave where we had a heck of a time finding the charging station even though we had an address. Then we went on and before we went up and down into Death Valley we stopped in Lone Pine and to recharge at The cow Boy museum which had hidden chargers but at last were found and proceeded to Furnace Creek Inn. Before we went to the Resort I had called the Inn and found that they have an RV Parking Lot that had chargers. After same confusion if they had them and how much it would cost, we gaily arrived at the Resort, went to have dinner at the Furnace Creek Ranch next to the RV Park. They volunteered to take us back to the resort which is about 2 miles above the Ranch. When we drove up to the charging stations we were horrified to see that there were no charging cables. We have 128 miles and Lone pine where we last charged is 106 miles back. left so here we were. You do the math. I called Service and they said they would send us a cable or bring one. However the ETA was not printed in stone. The Lesson is. ALWAYS TAKE YOUR CHARGING CABLE WITH YOU!!! AND YOUR NEMO PLUG!!! The other thing is Tesla, if the charging stations are not next to the highways where the driver can see them then it would be really nice if there were a sign pointing to the entrance of the property to guide you.