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... having to park the car and put the top up but I think he was secretly worried that something untoward had happened to me. With large drinks in hand I slipped back into my seat cursing as the hot black leather touched my legs and strapped in before farewelling Vegas for another time.
We were on the freeway before long heading towards Boulder City, our first stop along the route out of Nevada and back towards California. A quick detour to the Hoover Dam allowed ...
... we left at 1 it was completely dried up. The Whitewater Preserve lured us in a common desert device. Lush green trees against a rigid and arid backdrop usually means water so we investigated further. What we discovered was a genuine oasis in the desert. It was so nice we had considered half seriously to just stay there for the rest of the day. Restless bones won out though and by 1 pm we were putting the packs back on. ...
... 1700 hr. Mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church here in DHS. The church was beautifully decorated, the Mass lovely. There are lots of folks like us in the pews- visiting Snow Birds who have migrated to Desert Hot Springs for the winter.
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... a valley surrounded with shear rock walls and piles of rocks that kept the area hidden from local ranchers and was rumored to be the hideout of cattle rustlers. After a picnic lunch we headed to “Keys View”, at 5,185 feet it was the highest point in the park accessible to the general public. It was a long drive up the mountain, but the views from the top made it all worthwhile; we could overlook the valley far below that consisted of Palm Springs and ...
... actually am not sure how the U of R did this, but both Jane Goodall and Maya Angelou came to campus to speak. Naturally, both events were sold out within days that the tickets were sold and our chapel was packed to the brim with people. Both women were phenomenal in their speeches and everyone was so focused that you could hear a pin drop in the crowd. What struck me in Jane Goodall's speech was how she shared what an impact her mother had on her growing up. Her mother was ...