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... a bag-packer. he came here by bus. now he lost all the money, can't go home with out somebody helping. my answer surely is yes.
... the rest of our retirement....I think.
Next day we followed our GPS all over God's green earth to the Palm Springs tram which took us up the mountain to 8,500 feet. Made the Tufie all shaky but we had a great lunch up there (see pix). The gondola rotates a full 360 degrees twice on the ascent/descent so it's very cool. Kicked the Tufie out at the slots in the afternoon and went to the Air Museum where they've restored many of the planes of ...
... McEntire, darn it.
Anyway, this lake was created by accident. In 1900 the California Development Company began construction of irrigation canals to divert water from the Colorado River into the "Salton Sink", a dry lake bed. Worked great and farmers had a very fertile valley....for awhile, haha. The canal filled with silt within two years, so engineers dug more canals (sort of on my principle that what's worth doing is worth OVERdoing, more yuks). ...
... than hell, there's nothing there but scrub brush, and it was probably intended to toughen them up. Can you say AWOL?
So, from there we went through Yuma, looked around, spit on the ground a couple of times, and beat it westward to stay at Rio Bend RV and Golf Resort. We stayed last year across the freeway at Sunbeam Lake, and remembered seeing this place, and it's better. Here we're parked for about 6 weeks so we explore a lot ...
Today I traveled through the Sierra Madre Mountains from Pine Valley, California to El Centro, California. At one point, we reached the Tecate Divide at 3,890 feet. There were very many STEEP ups and downs!!!!!! I rode through Live Oak Springs and a town called Boulevard and on to the remote town of Jacumba which is at 3,000 ft.
On the way we saw lots ...