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... on the street that used to be the Rodeo Drive of Palm Springs but the high end boutiques have moved east to Palm Desert and all that is left are some fancy restaurants and souvenir shops. We stopped at the Westfield Shopping Mall and ended up having dinner at Applebee's. On Tuesday we decided to go to the Living Desert Expo, which highlights animal and plant life in both the African and North America Desert. The weather man ...
... to chinatown and find a restaurant that was actually open after 8 on a Sunday and, not to disappoint tourists, had pictures above the tables with the restaurant's owner and several celebs, including a bemused Jack Black. Resting now on the Sunset Limited to Tucson, hopefully I'll be able to catch some sleep! Laura is way ahead of me on that ...
... through Salton City. I pass the Sonny Bono Salton Sea National Wildlife Refuge, named after the former entertainer, one-time Palm Springs Mayor, and U.S. Congressman from California.
The refuge was established in 1930 as a sanctuary and breeding ground for birds and wild animals, then renamed after Bono, who played an active role in trying to save the Salton Sea. I got you, Babe.
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... The air is hazy with city smog :( dulling down the blue sky; making tall rocky hills barely visible in the distance. Palm Springs is an awesome little town - we made it! Palm trees errywhere make it feel like we're on a tropical island. Actually were in the desert. Hot sun on skin never felt so good! After a Walmart sesh to stock up on drinks and camp stuff ...
Now… off to Quartzite, Arizona, to what’s said to be one of the nation’s largest camping shows. Not too many more days to t-shirts and shorts!
Then off to Mesa to pick up mail & stock up on groceries for the drive to Tombstone Territory… and New Mexico sites (Carlsbad Caverns…) and continue on to the south east.