Homewood Suites By Hilton Palm Desert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... down here as well, there is lots of room for family. Hopefully we will be able to find more opportunities to cross paths down here since we are spread out between Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton and Switzerland (my brother Will). While Judy was still here we had a chance to do some hiking and biking together among other things. Judy left on the 19th and my dad and MP stayed in her place until the 30th, when they left for home. The ...
After a feast and seeing in the New Year with great excitement...the New Year started off well - Paul, Moo and I went for a jog around the golf course - beautiful temperature and scenery. We all then left Paul, Tallie and Jaxon to shop and relax while the rest of the Michael Farrell clan, Sertoris, Jaimee, ...
We woke up a little later and had breakfast at the hotel and then went back to Costco to buy W a few shirts and pants plus wine and a pair of white cropped jeans for me then we were off to Chicos where I bought a couple of camisoles, pair of runners at New Balance, tea for Erik and Kara at Teavana and some T shirts for me at Loft. Then we were off to Bristol farms for more salad and bread for dinner. Paired with some white Burgundy called ...
... so you all will actually be able to read this tomorrow (if I can get everything posted with the limited time I have). Quite exciting!
Things I’ve learned today: Honey badgers are badass. There is a book of African animal dung called The Scatalogue. Nike running shoes suck for hiking. American Eagle khakis are no match for canyon rocks. I am not a mountain zebra, nor am I a kudu, a klipspringer, a rock dassie, a springbok, or any other rock-climbing ...
... that we realized just how dramatic this drive was going to be!
As I was loading the pictures for this entry I realized how many pictures we take of 'rocks'. We are intrigued by geological formations but the differing colors and textures as we visit new places also capture our attention. The first part of the trip was through very dry, very barren rocky landscape. As we climbed the temperature became decidedly cooler and it became ...