Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Palm Springs
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As planned we rendezvoused today with our new friends from Portland, Kristi and Chuck at a local Starbucks. My mother and father who were already in Palm Springs wanted to meet them and for a good 2 hours we chatted away, they filling us up about their home state Oregon - campgrounds, discussing lite subjects and we all got along well.
About an hour into our chat a friendly guy who was sitting not far from us came by to ...
... elite meet to eat" as my mother used to say.
After our tour, we came back to the house and had a lovely dinner and lots of talking and catching up. Heather was one of the featured models in the local Palm Springs Magazine - which was quite an honor. She was in great company with Beverly Johnson, and Barbara Sinatra, too, and one other who escapes me.
Day 287 - Today we went to the Palm Springs Air Museum. What an ...
... moving as military personnel from all areas both wounded and not were represented by the statutes.
We enjoyed an early dinner at the Fish Market at a table overlooking the Bay. We had a view of the Naval Base on Coronado Island, where they train the dolphins. Also, located on the base is a USN SEALS training facility.
We walked back to our hotel, unpacked and settled in to watch Season One of Downton ...
... on the 370 yard Par 4 with his hybrid 5 iron, Flynn sunk the one meter putt for a par! He was stoked with the result, might have even been his best birthday present! The boys returned triumphant from golf and we headed out to dinner at the Yard House, which was a sports themed restaurant at "The River" (Flynn's choice). It had sport on big screen TVs everywhere and had 100 beers on tap as well. Whilst eating dinner we ...
... we "made" him go. After an afternoon relaxing by the air conditioner, then by the pool, we ventured to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. The steepness and size of the ascent rivaled any of the theme park rides of last week. At the top of Mt San Jacinto, about 8,500 feet above sea level, the views of the desert valley and surrounding mountain ranges were breath taking. Interesting that the top of the mountain is a pine forest, about 10 ...