Legacy Villas at La Quinta
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... I rode to Lake Tahoe and back twice, along the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina and Virginia, to Civil and Revolutionary War sites, New England in the fall, and scaled the highest paved road in North America – 14,130 feet -- just below the summit of Colorado’s Mount Evans.
After 65 years of riding, Ray is moving on to other adventures.
So it’s somewhat bittersweet today as I begin a ...
... what I was seeing on the Doppler radar image of Ontario and reports of -30 degree temperatures at home Sue and I did an online search for somewhere to spend more time in the sun before heading north. We are now in a cute, but very compact, house about 30 yards from the Pacific in Oceanside, a town just north of San Diego. More details to come once I get some pics.
Signing off for now. Stay warm.
Big day driving to Joshua Tree National Monument where two deserts meet - described as surreal and it is
- cold, wet
- weird cactus and rocks
- sensational panoramas
- picnic lunch
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... difficult, and swift currents that can reach 5.45 miles an hour. More than 500 people have drowned in the canal since 1997, mostly migrants attempting to cross the US-Mexico border.
The All-American Canal is owned by Bureau of Reclamation, but operated by the Imperial Irrigation District, which supplies power to our home and others in La Quinta and the East Coachella Valley. The All-American Canal feeds water into the ...
... us to stay with them, we packed a few things and arrived fairly late. After talking for a while we all retired for the night.
Today was a busy but relaxing day. We walked with Duane in a desert oasis caused by an earthquake fault, which forces water to seep to the surface and forms ponds. The palm trees love it, and so do all kinds of wildlife.