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... almost 2500 ft below. When the only visitors to the area were Cowboys wild Mustangs roamed the Island in the Sky and Dead Horse Point, separated from the remainder of the mesa by a 30 yard “neck” provided an ideal corral for rounding up these wild horses when the neck was fenced with branches and brushwood. The Cowboys ...
On Christmas Eve we went to a mega church called Southwest Community Church. They had three services that day and we went to the 5 pm service with 1398 other people. They started the service with a video presentation and flashing lights (Cue sound - "Out of darkness and despair there came into the world a light..") and then (Cue lights - bright burst of white light). There was great music, a wonderful sermon ...
... and then on to American food. Beth was kind enough to defend American food, although I couldn’t have given a care. Pia just sat and listened, just like me. As I mentioned, I found the whole conversation comical.
We headed back to Neuras. The other part of our group (they are going to Sossusvlei on Thrusday) worked on a little craft project. On Friday we are going to Solitaire, which is a cheetah conservation site that Matt and Kate used to work ...
We spent part of today preparing for our journey home. Yep, we have been here five weeks and it is time to head home tomorrow. I put away our folding bikes, cleaned and stored the barbecue, put away the patio chairs, cleaned the inside of the truck and washed its windows. Meanwhile Jil went for a long walk, went to the gym, and took a dip in the pool.
Did I mention that she got up at 0600 hours and did five loads of laundry, cleaned up the inside of the coach and ...
... league park and lights for the football field. His love of the area and its people will be felt for years to come. Mr. Avery is regarded as Borrego Springs' hero.
Avery bought 3000 acres near town to prevent its development and opened the area up to the public. He named it Galleta Meadows Estates. Everyone is welcome to enjoy this land with little
restriction. He had many metal sculptures built by artist Ricardo Breceda placed around the open spaces of ...