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... world's Joshua trees grow here. They are not really a tree, but a species of yucca. A majority are pretty scrawny, but there were many fine specimens. However, I think the best feature of this park are all the boulder stacks throughout the area. They create many strange, eerie formations including Skull Rock ( very cool). You not only have the pleasure of seeing them but also the fun of ...
... of the day stopping frequently to do mini walks and attempt to do some rock climbing.
There are hundreds of rock climbers around as there were thousands of really big and interesting rock formations. And the Joshua Trees went on forever. The drive was incredibly relaxing as there were slow speed limits and you could slowly drive around and admire the landscape. The view from the top of one of ...
... Costa, the founder, has been a chef and restaurant owner in the Palm Springs area for over 36 years. He was one of the few chefs ever invited to cook for Frank Sinatra at his estate. Great food and a fantastic atmosphere.
Palm Springs is such a beautiful place and I highly recommend anyone who is in Southern California, should stop by. Winter is the best time to visit as it gets a bit hot in ...
... ordered blueberry pancakes but didn't have enough appetite to finish them.
Here in Palm Springs, they are having the "Airplane Owners and Pilots Association" convention, meaning that they had a display of various aircraft down the street. Or so I heard as unfortunately, I seemed to spend most of the day in bed! I didn't spend the whole day incapacitated though, as we went for a walk through the city during the evening.
The atmosphere was really cool. We saw the ...
... granite rocks and small humpy shrubs. Very pretty. We were getting tired before the mountain pass by the spectacular views really woke us up.
Palm Desert may have been a desert at some point but it's now a large town with thousands of palm trees and lush green golf courses. We drove through with the intention of stopping for the night in Palm Springs. We tried at least five motels but there were no rooms due to it being Memorial weekend. Well, ...