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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.
... Road is ****** in some places, worse thant Baja Peninsula, for crying' out loud. Went through the Box Canyon where the Mormon pioneers squeezed their wagons through - it's hard to believe they could survive that trip, but maybe that's why they're prosperous and flourishing.
Went though the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indian Tribes land, through Dripping Springs (yikes!) and stumbled on a state park with hot springs, ...
... and live, and occassionally turn totally touristy when it's warranted. Took off Tuesday with the intention of circumventing the Salton Sea, the largest lake in California. As you can imagine, the route is a little traveled, two-lane road but very interesting. We went up the east side of the lake, and stayed at the Fantasy Springs Resort and Casino which is an amazing vacation spot with great restaurants an amazing pool/hot tub, entertainment etc. We just ...
... the life of me, I don't get it. It's all BLM land so you can camp out there as long as you want with all kinds of space and wilderness around you for FREE, and apparently they have huge rallies, swap meets, various celebrations, and I guess people come from all over the world for these events. But my question is the preverbal one - what the heck do you do for water, how/where do you unload full tanks, what is there to do out there and ...
... But today I was talking
to Gene Flood, a former Stanford finance professor who now runs the fixed-income
money manager Smith Breeden Associates, and he surprised me by saying that he is
no longer quite the fervent believer in mark-to-market that he once was. The
credit crisis has caused such a liquidity crunch that market prices are not a
good reflection of true economic value, he said. If you ...