Hilton Garden Inn Palm Springs/Rancho Mirage
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... no running water is available. Placing your tent in the shade of a boulder to protect from the blazing midday sun is the norm. A far cry from our beautiful wooded and water access provincial park
The Palm springs area is nestled in a valley surrounded by mountains. This allows the wind to funnel thru creating the perfect conditions for the hundreds of wind turbines that are vital for additional power for this area,
Day 286 - Today Nick and I drove to see my college roommate from way back when at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. Heather and I were roommates for a year and then she moved on to bigger and better things in life. In fact, our daughter was named after my friend.
We met her husband, Doug and stayed with them for the night. They both took us on a great tour of Palm Springs and Palm Desert, after a wonderful lunch in their back yard ...
... than welcome to have at it! Barrie helped the owners fix a picking-pole and we all picked more fruit than we could eat in a lifetime, so juicing became the order of the day!
The folks here are downright friendly, and upon arrival we learned of a chili cook-off that evening, so two of our gang, Marian and Jan, entered the competition! With eight contenders, all of them ...
Wake up at 5:45am. Tee time at Rancho Las Palmas at 6:15am. Finished 18 holes by 10:00am. Pack up and left the condo by 11:00am. Went to Lulu, Westfield, TJ Max, Pete Dye Pro Shop, Bed Bath and Beyond and Marshals before flight. Check car in at 4:00pm. Flight left for LAX at 5:20pm. Flight for SEA left at ...
Day 211: We headed to Joshua Tree National Park and bought an annual pass for all the Nationalparks for 80 USD. If you visit more than 4 NP within one year anywhere in the US it already pays off.
The NP is famous for its trees – supposedly named by some Mormons who got reminded of Joshua raising his ...