Brawley Inn Hotel & Conference Center
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... CA177s to I-10w. Desert. We exited a few miles west onto Box Canyon Rd. I felt like a Tom Terrific cartoon when the road kept getting smaller and smaller. It seemed like it could turn into a dirt road but instead became a beautiful Box Canyon road opening at the other end to lush irrigated farm land and a 60 mile lake.
In Mecca, on the north shore, we intersected CA 111 and rode around ...
... area for farming, irrigation canals were dug from the Colorado River into the valley. Due to fears of silt buildup, a cut was made in the bank of the Colorado River to further increase the water flow. The resulting outflow overwhelmed the engineered canal, and the river flowed into the Salton Basin for two years, filling the historic dry lake bed and creating the modern ...
... to convert a mountain with mud and paint in one big giant colorful mountain. The cars he painted were amazing, but walking inside the several story high Art work is truly amazing or walking up the “Mountain”… full of color and telling you a lot of time the God is love.
Salton Sea State Park
Driving along the desert ...
... 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 ...
... a game of Phase 10. I actually won. Amazing how that works.
We have another day here and then we move on to the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, about sixty miles from here. We’ve really enjoyed the quiet pace here along with the desert beauty. If you’ve never spent any time in the desert, you must do so someday. There are a few plants in bloom now. I got one shot of my favorite one in bloom, the creosote bush. It has ...