Old Ranch Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... heap of other birds. And a lot of really magnificent palm trees. Then. We took Melissa and Grant up to the palm spring tram. It is a skyline tram that takes you from the valley floor right up to 8575 feet onto the top of the mountain. Very brave I know. But wow it was a magnificent view. Once we were there we poked around outside to see even more areas. Wow. Then took them back to Faiths said our goodbyes and headed back to our room for a rest. And a beer and some bubbles. Lovely ...
... him to fall and tumble face first down (which never happened).
It was time to get down off of the dune. We started making our way slowly down to the trees. The sand at the top of the dune was quite warm as the sun had been shining on it all day, but the slope we were going down was shaded and quite cold. My feet and lower legs were almost numb from the temperature in no time. We commented on the ripples that the sand made as we pushed it forward ...
... for our annual week in the sun. We spent hours at the pool each day, and played nearly every sport imagined. Grace is a fish, and Anne and I could barely keep up with her energy.
By the second day, I was at least three shades darker and more lobster-tan than model-tan. Thankfully after a day of peeling and layers of sunscreen, the lobster part faded. I maintain that the lack of sun in Manchester caused my skin to forget ...
... courtesy of Phoebe and Blake - see photo). So there you have it! Joshua Tree... not in fact a tree (or a cactus) Phoebe's favourite thing: the Thai food for dinner. Blake's favourite thing: the misty spray emanating from shops and restaurants onto the footpaths of downtown Palm Springs in an attempt to cool us down. Noted: Kids losing interest in national parks... Well, who can blame them when there's Thai food and misty spray at the end of a hot ...
... the experiences that each day would bring and the people I would meet. At the end of the day I would have a good meal shared with other pilgrims I met along the way. The Camino way of life has become a part of me and I as I move forward in life I have no idea what the path may bring. I face each day with hope in my heart, filled with a deeper love for life and its many blessings, and thankful for the experiences I have had. Buen Camino... ...