Holiday Inn Express Palm Desert / Rancho Mirage
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... include some of the scenery, flowers and activities we were up to for the first week or so. PS I started this blog on a FB page but it was not working for me.. much prefer this site. Wanted to start the blog at the start of my vacation though, so transferred many of the pictures here. Apologies to those who were following on FB.. but as of May 1 I will only be adding entries to this blog so there wont be duplication from FB. Va bene? okey dokey ...
... least some form of snake, scorpion, or spider injury. I did not see a single one while I was out.
Also, don’t confuse the smile in my pictures in the canyon for happiness… It’s really pure fear.
Then we headed back and had lunch. We had these fantastic fried buns that were topped with a ground beef mixture, mozzarella cheese, and then I added mayonnaise. I was told that these “sandwiches” are called fat boy sandwiches. ...
Tree the park everyone wants to see but nobody wants to drive to!
drive from Grand Canyon to Joshua Tree took about six hours and I
slept about five and half of those six hours. B and Luke would wake
me up from time to time to point out different things such as sand,
cactus, sand, condemned ...
... day entries since I left Canada, and I am missing the entry that says I arrived in Los Angeles on January 22nd, I will update you all on what I have done in the past 2 weeks.
Arrived at my cousin Debby's place in Thousand Oaks, California on Friday, January 22nd. The next day I helped Debby's husband, Bill out while a dozen or so Boy Scouts built Pinewood Derby cars. Bill has a workshop most guys would die to have. There I met a bunch of locals. My car and trailer was parked ...
... boarded up. We then left and went to explore the Joshua Tree National Park. The rock formations were very unique. Kevin's mother went to Prescott Arizona and saw formations such as these and called them "pound puppies". Kevin and I decided to take a hike up Ryan Mountain. The hike is 3 miles round trip but the first 1.5 miles is up, up, up. On our hike we saw various cacti and plants some in bloom. It is fascinating seeing the ...