Courtyard Palm Desert
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... tomato plantations. We now passed some rundown Mexican eateries and tumbledown housing suggesting the presence of undocumented immigrants who we are trying to run out of our country so American citizens can live in this substandard housing and work 10-12 hours a day in 100 degree temperatures in the middle of nowhere.
About an hour after lunch, the landscape changed radically. Our arrow straight desert road took a sharp turn and headed up into the mountains. ...
Today was an interesting and fun day. We had a stop at the Joshua Tree Visitors Center before our driving tour into Joshua Tree National Park. We made a stop at Keys View. From an elevation of 5,185 feet you can see Salton Sea, Palm Springs area, the valley, mountains and desert. Our guide pointed out the San Andreas Fault in the valley. We also made a stop at Cap Rock where we walked the quarter mile loop trail.
After lunch at ...
Today was a 1:00 shotgun at San Gorgonio golf course at Sun City, after a morning workout. Everyone a little stiff from yesterday - I still don't have my golf muscles back yet. San Gorgonio is a tougher course than Santa Rosa. Guy was a little tender - his back was not in such good shape last night. Warmer - probably 82 degrees with no clouds around to ...
We woke up at 5:00 and left for YVR in the dark for a 08:40 departure. Nice flight on West Jet with a friendly crew, good coffee and cookie and arrived in Palm Springs around 11:15. Had to stand in line for the rental car at Budget but finally drove off in a Ford Escape....olive green and with Illinois plates. Went for a late breakfast at Sherman's Deli in PS and had ...