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TravelPod Member ReviewsIndian Wells RV Park Indio
This was our second time driving in from San Diego and setting-up base camp at Indian Wells. We used peddle bikes for the 2 mile trip to the fair grounds and it couldn't have worked out better. The staff and locals didn't seemed too annoyed by the invasion of concert goers and the pool is open all night.
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... needed to go for a smoke, but I said he couldn't leave until I beat him. I think for a good portion of that game his mind was on getting outside for a cigarette which gave me a chance to take advantage of this distraction. Tanja got our bags in order, sprayed down our clothes with permetherane and got the kids to bed. The adults stayed up for a bit to chat, but ended up crashing before midnight. We're getting ...
... into our room at about 7am and we finally made it out to the main area at about 8:30.
Gina was in the kitchen making some breakfast when she informs us that Michelle "Didn't need to go to the hospital in the morning".
Our communal response was, "What??!?!"
"Didn't you hear the commotion last night?" We didn't.
"Michelle was bit twice last night by a scorpion", she said.
So I guess at about 2am Michelle ...
... out had a heavy fuel smell. As we pulled away we weren’t really sure what to do. We knew we couldn’t just sit there for the three hour drive breathing in the fuel fumes from the ac or baking in the heat. And driving down the interstate with the wind blowing in our faces while we tried to get Iris to take a nap didn’t sound ideal either. But we had just loaded everything up and Iris was definitely in need of a nap. So we did what ...
... This one did seem to have quite a bit of traffic and lots of curves with Denis using turnouts regularly. We stopped at a casino we had never been to-- Cahuilla, I think-- no luck but lovely setting, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. How can I keep saying that when California has a population greater than all of Canada??!! Then we started the downhill and what a roller coaster of a road-- known as the Pines to Palms Highway... WOW!
... Mary as I have always had an interest in the Queen Ships. In many ways I was sad how the Americans were using her for profit which included a Ghost tour down in the bottom deck. Still she retained much of her splendour and one could imagine just how it must have been in those days. Ships nowadays dwarf the Queen but none have the class she once had. With a sad heart I left her ...