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Now that we are settled we can get on with enjoying all the pleasures of the Coachella Valley. I will try to make entries to this blog on a regular basis but I think Di will be doing a lot on Facebook, for those of you who can handle that. I can't so I'll stick with the Blog. ...
Hi there. Welcome to my blog, Riding the Rockies with Gary.
For those of you who've wondered what happened to me since my last blogging extravaganza, I'm still Gary, the retired PR guy, golfer, pro bono communications consultant and Harley rider. You may recall my writing from previous years, as I shared my experiences on the road.
When we last communicated, it was Autumn 2012. I was on a Harley Hillbilly Holiday, riding more than ...
... 2 p.m. polo match - a first time experience for Norma and Gus, and our second time to see the beautiful animals and the athletic talent of the rider/horse teams.
We kept so busy, laughed so much, created so many new memories - that I'll have to finish it up by just posting some of the pictures!
... temperatures, the abundance of the Mojave Green rattlesnake, the Asian gang illegally taking target practice right in the campground and ladies of the evening practicing their trade without fear of reprisal. And those were the highlights of their stay. Wow!
We had a great time visiting with Craig and Linda and the Casa Blanca Restaurant really has good Mexican food. We say our goodbyes and wish each other what seems to have become the preferred farewell of the RV community- ...
... tall mountains. Many farms are in the area which primarily grow date palms. The entire town is surrounded by the Anza Borrego State Park.
Dennis Avery is a hero to the people here in Borrego Springs. Mr. Avery passed away in July of 2012 at the age of 71. He was an heir to the Avery Dennison label and packaging empire. As a philanthropist he chose to spend his inherited millions helping others around the world, not on himself or his family. Locally he provided ...