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... hill out of Palm Desert, and then wind up narrow twisty canyon roads to find their home at the end of the road, having negotiated quite a few twists and turns.
We arrived and were totally enthralled to visit Ron's pottery studio, exploring his pots with the crystalline glazes, then we went down to visit Susan's print making studio where she makes prints and paints, wonderful works by both of them. A feast for the eyes, both people's work.
... now had gail force winds for the last week in Desert Hot Springs. Its interesting that if you travel 5 miles south right into Palm Springs itself, it can be perfectly calm. Sheltered by the mountains it is obviously the place to stay down here but as rookies to this, how were we to know. I guess the telltale sign should have been the 1000+ wind turbines in the valley directly to the west of Desert Hot Springs. We will ...
... butts and slide down the slope as a quicker, less energy exerting method. We arrived at the bottom of the canyon and walked for another longer period of time to the end of the canyon. It was a location that Matt had considered putting a camera trap, and while we were there he decided against it. The canyon provided a bit of shade at location, and we sat down for another good 20 minutes and just relaxed.
Then it was time to go back to the vehicle. We walked for ...
... Costa, the founder, has been a chef and restaurant owner in the Palm Springs area for over 36 years. He was one of the few chefs ever invited to cook for Frank Sinatra at his estate. Great food and a fantastic atmosphere.
Palm Springs is such a beautiful place and I highly recommend anyone who is in Southern California, should stop by. Winter is the best time to visit as it gets a bit hot in ...
... fleet was but seriously, what is an S80 anyway? The interior looked like it came straight from the 70's and there was no APU. More than half the passengers - and the Cabin Crew - would have been over 60 (I was sitting in front of a lady called Sweet Pea), and they encouraged everyone to keep the window shades closed to cool the aeroplane! Hmmm....where's CASA when you need them?
The flight itself was uneventful, although the Cabin Crew were good enough to give us an ...