Brawley Inn Hotel & Conference Center
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After leaving Joshua Tree we were only 20 miles from the Salton Sea so decided to carry on. Jim is a big fan of pelicans and we knew there was a substantial population of them at the sea. The sea itself is a man made mistake.
The modern sea was accidentally created by the engineers of the California Development Company in 1905. In an effort to increase water flow ...
... 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 woke up super early yet again, lounged by the pool and took a drive out to the Salton Sea.
We stopped on our way at Shields Date Garden to sample a date shake. It was incredibly savory, and definitely one of the more interesting things I've ever tried. There was a movie theater set up and heavily advertised showing "The Romance and Sex Life of the Date" which made us giggle beyond control.
After picking up some dates (fruits, of course) to take back to the ...
... we couldn’t take the tour.
We hit a Walmart for the rest of our supplies and headed back to camp. We took a walk along the beach together and were amazed at the number of birds along the shoreline. Lots of gulls, but also several egrets and wading birds which I don’t can’t identify.
For dinner we split a ribeye steak and had half of a baked potato each along with veggies and a green salad. After dinner ...
... given guilt... Thanks Ma! The memory is still intact however. We stopped at the tower, had lunch and then followed a trail, next to a pond, which led to a photo blind. I did get a couple of shots there. Lots of long-legged wading birds, some mergansers and several unidentified species. As we left, we drove adjacent to a “herd” of snow geese. They weren’t afraid and let us stop and shoot away. We took the route on the ...