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Travel Blogs from Palm Springs
... below 3,000 ft.). In 2013 a flash flood exposed heavy metals from an old mine so a lot of this area was closed to us frail humans. I was limited to driving across the desert. Not much of interest except for a large area of Cholla cacti. Ugly suckers, but I found them to be strangely attractive. Moving into the western portion it becomes the Mojave Desert ( above 3,000 ft.). Much better. Most ...
... moon-scapes: dry, rocky, bereft of all but very infrequent stunted trees. Up close, it looks even more inhospitable. So steep that even goats would struggle, and so barren that they wouldn't bother.
But then something quite amazing happens. A new world opens up. The plateau on the top of the mountain is a completely different ecosystem. Mainly fed by snow, and protected from the fierce heat, there is apparently enough moisture to foster mature forests, birds, squirrels, mountain ...
... tree.. Resort is pushing it, we are out in the middle of nowhere which is nice after LA. will stay at a more developed park tomorrow, kids want concrete for skateboarding and maybe a pool, gym wud be good.fatty us. Had too many gins now and need to collapse into be... Oh cooked mac n cheese.. Well steve did cos he didn't like my style in cook and forget it. Jack had a vegemite bagel too. Internet is really weak so will put up pics later.. Please check ...
... homes were identical (except furniture) and they common area they shared was the pool area. The antique furniture was gorgeous; many very old books, etc. Loved it!
We met Jenny's family for the first time. Her Dad, Bill, Mom, Lisa, Grandma, Carol and brother Rob. We all hit off wonderfully and a great time had by all!
You are literally hugged by mountains in ...
... them to keep the worst real estate in the country!) Anyway, the museum's is called the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum and it featured exhibits related to the Band of Cahuilla Indians and their art of basket weaving. The curator was streaming a presentation on how the Cahuilla Indians picked the grass and other materials used in making their baskets. It was interesting to watch the process from beginning to end. There was also explainations given on how ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking