The Country Club Collection At Desert Princess
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... two-wheeling, and approaches riding as you would expect from the mind of an analytical engineer.
Ray is a positive, steadying influence on me. Every time we ride together, I learn something new. About riding, about Ray, and about myself.
Beginning tomorrow, each evening after we park the bikes for the night, you will receive a short e-mail notification with a highlight or two of the day’s ride, and ...
... and a us forest service picnic table with designated fire ring. The decision was practically made for us. Another thing we have really enjoyed is making relatively early camp selections and convincing all of our trail friends who catch up to us throughout the evening that we have chosen a great camp at an adequate mileage and there is no reason to proceed with the hiking. Pitch your tent and hang out with Too Close and Short Step. We had a wonderful pitch with a dense bed of ...
Coachella... One heck of a bucket list check that's for sure. Where do I even begin?! I came into Coachella as a high maintenance princess who was terrified at the prospect of no power to do my hair, shared showers, sleeping in a van and portaloos. I am now a low maintenance camping master who didn't shower for 4 days and used baby wipes as a replacement shower, wet my hair in a sink and considered it a 'wash', threw all cares about my appearance out the window, slept on the grass, ...
... insecticide, and did some window shopping. The stores here are quite exclusive. Bertha had seen a cute dress for her little niece but it was over $200. She didn’t buy it.
Tomorrow (Saturday) we will be driving to San Diego to start our 24 day cruise. We will be sailing with Holland America down the Pacific coast of Mexico, stopping in Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, and Puerta Vallarta. We return to San Diego for one day and then sail to ...
... Feeling incredibly full we head back to the house, a very relaxing day :) 2) Today we woke up to yet again more smokey sky and cooler temperatures due to the local forest fires, which have now spread to over 19,000 acres. We decided to use this to our advantage and head to Joshua Tree national park. The park was encompassed with boulders and cactus plants, looking as though we had gone back ...