Desert Hills Hotel
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... guarded this house and its contents with respect, love and a guardianship that can only be called 'astonishing'. When something needs to be repaired or renewed, the original components are tracked down and sourced... Now, you would think this place would be outdated. You'd be wrong. This place is truly modern - as relevant and modern as it was in 1955. I can show you the pictures I took...I can point out the photoshoots ...
... a regular guest, and there is a shaded bench up on the ridge where he spent many hours contemplating great things. I felt smarter just sitting there!
Across the valley to the North (through the wind farm) lies the gateway to the High Desert and the Joshua Tree National Park. This 3,000 sq km unique piece of Heaven on Earth is once again high up on a plateau above the desert.
Named for a yucca-type tree which only grows locally, this park features giant boulders and ...
... and meat was cooking. We had game sausage and lamb chops. We spent the last evening laughing around the table and drinking. We stayed up together until 9:30 (that’s incredibly late here)! It was an incredible time. I absolutely love everyone that is here with me, and I hope that we remain this close once we get back to the farm. Everyone is coming back except for Pia. I will already be home by the time she returns from Neuras. ...
... middle of nowhere. This was the Desert Training Centre where soldiers were prepared for combat in North Africa in WWII. The centre was established in 1942 and covered 18,000 square miles (just over 46,600 square km) and over a million soldiers were trained there. Getting the petrol put me in a bit of a grumpy mood (truth be told I was already on the edge as I had a bit of a headache from the constant changes in altitude as I ...
... up with for my trip/show!! It will probably take awhile, though!
I spent a relaxing night at the "6" and the following morning, got up and met Louie for breakfast again where we went over the final game plan for his business plan. It will take a bit of post production to get his plan done, but our meetings went well, and I'm pysched about his business. WIsh I could tell you more, but it's top secret for now!