Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Beaumont-Oak Valley
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... Tree. Fun Fact of the Day: Joshua Trees can move 3-4 per year in search of water, their roots drag them along. Needless to say a string of car jokes ensued: "imagine a building a house, putting down nice grass, landscaping, then coming one day and Joshua Tree is in the yard ...." We took another hike (much shorter and less strenuous) around Hidden Valley, saw amazing rock formations, lots of rock climbers and amongst other things, Joshua Trees! We made a quick pitstop ...
If only we'd ended the day with apple pie, we'd have hit all of those terrific American traditions! The day begins with strange white shapes in the sky! They're the first clouds we've seen since arriving in Southern California and we're hoping the day might be a little less oppressive than the past few. What we hadn't realized was that the humidity has gone from 5% yesterday to ...
... best" in his green shorts and beige shirt---sometimes with hat, but mostly without! 10 o'clock at the chirporactor; 11 for a "cut 'n colour at the same salon that yesterday did nails and I'm not sure what else! Oh well, it's made time to update journal and photos, find a vet for Jake and do some grocery shopping. Although Bob has become quite proud of his new collection of loyalty cards, a visit to Trader Joes has complicated ...
... troopers or rangers came out to say the road would be closed for hours. We made it back to home base in time for happy hour and a swim and a late night dinner at a great Thai food joint called Smiles. Weather was spectacular today with clear blue skies and the mercury climbing to 90 F. No wander there's so many Snowbirds down ...
... quickly backs into its hole (it never goes in head first). This goes on for about 10 minutes and when it's done, it plugs the hole with dirt (probably to keep snakes out).
There's a bar in the adjoining city of San Jacinto that has rules which patrons must adhere to prior to entering. A big sign stipulates: "No gang or club colors; No backwards hats, No doo rags or bandanas; No sports attire or jerseys (except on sporting events); No excessive ...