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... Red Light, Cannonball and Carolyn were not far behind us. The goal was 229 but from Whitewater to Mission creek was one hot steep climb, a hot long ridge walk and then a hard hitting long switch backed descent. So when we got to the Mission Creek crossing at 226, we knew we were done for the day. Cherry on top? The mission creek site was gorgeous and had a foot soak dam built on the creek. Everything out here is lined with ...
... that while digging this well he had to stand in buckets filled with water so he wouldn't burn his feet.
He dug another well 600 yards away which produced cold water. These hot and cold water wells, one on either side of the infamous San Andreas Fault, would form the basis for subsequent development of the Seven Palms Valley, and Cabot Yerxa would become known as “The Father of Desert Hot Springs.”
After serving in WWI, he returned to the ...
... we come away with the desire to follow the teachings of Jesus.
After church we took a little tour of downtown DHS. We looked down into the valley and were treated to a spectacular display of the sun's rays shining through the clouds over Mt. San Jacinto. Yes, God is looking down on us today!
We spent the rest of the day exploring the resort. Our list on things to accomplish today: Find the driving range and golf ...
kids to come out. He comes back a
minute later and tells me to let them swim as long as we watch them. He didn’t want to have them
“disappointed”, but made sure I knew I was at fault. Wow… how “big of him”!
There are signs posted everywhere of the rules for this place. BUT there was no sign saying that the
swimming pool is for guests only.
He tells me that it’s for ...
... s legs (either face first or sitting up); going down with all four of us linking hands; going down will all four of us linking hands whilst lying on our tummies; and for Joel only - sliding down whilst kneeling on the tube with his knees.
We played from about 10am until 11.30am and then drove home for lunch. We took a drive to the Village and went for a walk up the main street checking out the little shops. It's such ...