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... in the summer and were carried through even as their architectural styles became more sophisticated, being used for religious purposes probably for the same reasons with as many as 15 incorporated in their more complex buildings.[
Many of the cliff dwellings, when built, were accessible initially only by toe and hand holds ...
It has been a long time since I updated the blog. Where to start?
We arrived at our new winter home on December 1st. After driving east on the I-10 the GPS directed us off the highway onto a long, desolate desert road. We were starting to wonder what kind of place we were heading for when things improved and we saw the sign for Sands RV and Golf Resort. The place looked nice! A oasis ...
... and picked up his squashed goat, water and his money our tour guide paid him as we apologised. No goat curry for dinner for us that night though! That night we slept up a huge rock cliff under the stars, having a drink beside the fire and watching the stars, incredible stars I had missed living in a big city. Waking up to an incredible sunset, and getting back onto the truck to go further into the desert, before getting out on the coast. We had a quick visit to a ...
... is waiting for it. This beetle is good for the palm forest as it thrives only on old or sick trees.
Kestrels, black throated sparrows, great horned owls, vultures and wilson's warblers also frequent the oasis. A variety of snakes, lizards and other slithery creatures love this place. It provides them with food and water so who wouldn't love this place under those circumstances?
Continuing on we walk through what is truly a fan ...
... br> The Whitewater Preserve is 2868 acres surrounded by the Bureau of Land Management San Gorgonio Wilderness. It is named for Whitewater River that runs through it. This place used to be a privately owned trout farm until 1995 when it was purchased by the Wildlands Conservancy. The ranger station is a large open building that is ideal for holding meetings. The folks behind the counter were extremely informative and people friendly. We asked if ...