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... the lake, we are 322 ft under sea level… we found a super nice campsite 'Covina Beach' along the lake.
So on our first walk to the lake shore, we discovered, that it’s actually no sand we are walking on, but tiny little barnacles, some finely crushed, some still intact – and they do tend to sneak into the flip-flops, which does ...
The boys have just finished squeezing oranges, lemons and grapefruits by the dozens while we gals lounge in the sun sipping vodka and lemonade...now this is living!
After an "our-kind-of-driving" day of a 22 km move, we are now camped in Oasis Palms RV park near Thermal/Oasis. The park has hundreds of citrus trees, with the fruit all ripe and ready for picking, so tenants ...
... much. It was definitely a community that was down on its luck and as we drove through it I just was thankful for two things: we don't live there; the car didn't break down while we were there.
The interpretive centre/state park is actually on the north side of the lake so we backtracked to go there. Along the way we drove down some country roads and checked out the crops. ...
June 22, 2013 Jim's birthday, and we are leaving Bergen to the music of Roy Orbison, in a cab driven by a wild haired, cab driver who said he could get us to the airport faster than anyone. I was made a believer, he was all over the road. We arrived at the airport safely and found a very crowded, small airport and little help. We had to redo our boarding passes and wait in a single long line to go through security. Finally we made it to our gate ...
... We walked to the edge of the Salton Sea about a half mile from the house. The sea, so they call it, was formed back in 1903 after an earthquake flooded the valley that had a large salt mine. The mine workings are still there, under the water.
The sea is basically a dead body of water with an extremely high salt content, the only water replenishing it is from rain run off. There are dried dead fish and bones all over the shore along with ...
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