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Wind seems to be the story here in the west in the spring especially. The view out our window could be St. Maarten! Very, very windy, sound of waves crashing on the beach, mountain in the background..... Watched a little boat this morning, we think he was fishing, flying across the water at 5 knots without sails OR his motor on. Got seasick watching him. This isn't a huge lake and the wind is relentless and looks like it will be until we leave... (Sigh). We had hoped ...
... Hidden Valley (4200') area. The amount of Joshua trees increase as do the unusual and beautiful rock formations. The valley is a rock climbers heaven, but at one time was a cattle rustlers hideout. A day use area and a campground are located here. The Keys Ranch is located nearby. Tours are given by reservation only.
Keys Ranch History:
In 1910, Keys arrived in the Twentynine Palms area where he began working at the Desert Queen Mine as custodian ...
... 34 degrees to 52 degrees. When the sun goes down behind Mt. San Jacinto shorts pants and short sleeves magically transform to long pants and jackets. The folks from the North have turned into sissies, eh!
I had to laugh this morning. Close your eyes and picture this- the temperature is 36 degrees at 0800 hours. Grass is crunchy with frost. A couple is walking towards the golf course pushing their golf carts. Both are wearing cold weather thermal jackets and heavy gloves, like ...
... to share and I am looking forward to several things. First it's our (Amanda and I) birthday on the 3rd(big 22!), I am going to Yuma, AZ with the school and of coarse my mother's birthday and thanksgiving. It's finally starting to get cooler so I feel fall coming :)
Anyways, I hope fall is treating you all well and that the pre-holiday season isn't too hectic!
I wanted to take the kids to the snow and Big Bear is the place to be in Southern California. We went tubing at Snow Play. It was hundreds of feet high but we went on the magic carpet to get to the top. It's sort of like an escalator. You carry your tube and from the top you slide down to the bottom where you feel like you're getting out of control in the plush of snow, even though some ...