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... Trail that led back to the Trading Post. The trail led up the east side of the canyon though broke rocks to so many great viewpoints but we were back in the direct sun and I was sweating. The elevation change happens quite quickly and required a fair bit of exertion – a good workout for this pair of junior seniors. There was a picnic table near the end of the trail so we stopped there to eat the sandwiches we packed and I emptied my water bottle before continuing ...
... S. for quite a while.
It has turned quite cloudy, previewing what is to come weather wise as we join the rest of our continent with somewhat poopy weather connected to the huge mass of low pressure coming in off the Pacific Ocean.
Perhaps we'll have rain tomorrow, or maybe not, we have to wait and see, but overcast clouds mean that weather is changing around ...
... west toward the Arizona-California border, which is formed by the Colorado River.
Blythe is the California town in the Sonoran Desert that sits on the western bank of the Colorado. Blythe, elevation 272 feet, was named after Thomas Blythe, a San Francisco financier who established primary water rights to the Colorado River in 1877.
Blythe is a stopover city for travelers – particularly between Los Angeles ...
... enroute is how clear the air is in the desert – dust storms excluded! At one point on the drive we can see features 115 miles away in one direction and 90 miles away in the opposite direction.
Page........Ahhhhh, a G & T............. after a refreshing ale to wash the dust of the journey from the throat of course!
... flatters the chef by eating two bowls full. The chili and the fresh veggies that Nick and Bev brought make for a great combo. The conversation is light and lively.
After dining Nick brought out his computer. Both of us had cabled our computers to our TVs at one time or another but not recently. By combining the power of our rusty memories we were able to produce the photos that Nick and Bev had taken on our big screen television.
The first thing Nick said was that he ...
Other places to stay in Desert Hot Springs
10625 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs | 3 star hotelfrom $77
- Simply.......Affordable Luxury, at it's Best!
- Was I in an alternate universe?
- The true miracle is the midweek pricing
11000 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs | Hotel
- Oh My Gosh! - and not in a good way!
- What a nightmare!
- BUYER BEWARE!
14500 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs | 3 star hotelfrom $73
10805 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs | 3 star hotelfrom $72
- Hated it
- Go for the mineral pools, not the atmosphere
- Stay out of Dodge
12801 Tamar Drive, Desert Hot Springs | 2 star hotelfrom $122
66729 Eighth Street, Desert Hot Springs | Hotel$130 average
68187 Club Circle Dr., Desert Hot Springs | 2 star hotelfrom $183
13340 Mountain View Rd., Desert Hot Springs | Hotelfrom $99
- My time at this resort was a time of serenity peace and inner healing
- Silky Water
- I love this place!
68075 Club Circle Drive, Desert Hot Springs | Hotelfrom $171
66810 4th Street, Desert Hot Springs | Hotelfrom $159
- Other Worldly
- What a great desert discovery!!
- Transcendent - much more than a hotel