Club Intrawest - Palm Desert
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... among them. The park also has a variety of wildlife including bighorn sheep, coyotes, tortoises and roadrunners ( beep,beep). But all I saw was a jackrabbit. Maybe they were all busy getting irradiated over in the closed-off areas. I must give kudos to California. If you stay away from the cities and people, the state has many fine parks and some great scenery. And no natural disasters befell me. ...
... and we need to get back to help him get into his new house.
We will be back on Thursday, but it is just as hot here in Palm Desert as it is in Phoenix.
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So we have been here a couple of days and what a blast we have had. Day 1 was gathering supplies and a nice chill day for most not hunting and gathering....a nice BBQ feast at Casa Farrell Paul and Michael (we won't mention the bourbon ) .... The next day a wonderful day exploring the Living Desert with the kids and Papa...and today a wonderful planned but amazing surprise meeting with Sue, Andrew, Oliver and Jonathan visiting the Joshua Tree National ...
We had high cloud cover today so after sleeping in a bit we drove into PS to Elmer's on E Palm Canyon Dr. And had a great breakfast. I had Eggs Benedict with fresh fruit and W had a German Pancake that is like a Pannenkoeken with rolled up edges. Quite yummy! Then we were offt. O the Air Museum by the Airport...it's mostly WWII aircraft divided into hangers... One reflecting the European War and the other the Pacific war.. The majority of aircraft are ...
... loaded with stuff and a child in which case that can go on through without any investigation.
We were just worried that what they said on their website about kids under being free wouldn't actually be the case. The tickets were actually fabric wristbands with a plastic disc that had a tag in it so everytime you went in or out of the festival you had to put your wrist next to a sensor and tag in and out which was pretty cool and well organized. ...