Quality Inn Palm Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Thurs 17th, April Picked up our tickets from Indio, about 30min from Palm Springs! We met other Big White crew at Walmart to all convoy into Coachella together. As we waited we decorated all our cars with paint pens with signs and pictures for Coachella! It looked so funny with a sign on our van saying 'free candy' because our van looks like a phedophiles van hahah. We drove in and the security at Coachella check your vans for ...
... one store. Today I found a dozen. Darlene helped me whittle them down to 6 pairs I can use. Wow!
All this shopping made us a little late for our next rendezvous with Randy and David. When they arrived at the trailer we gave them the tour because they travel too, in their motorhome. They took us to their favorite Chinese Buffet, which was amazing. After a visit to their new place we went home and retired for the ...
... and just feel what they were "feeling" in their dream and not remembering their dream for a couple of minutes. Then I remembered everything, and, although I knew it wasn’t real, I couldn’t stop crying for some reason. The entire dream was about my passing and my attendance at her funeral. All I wanted to was to call Mom, make sure she was okay, and then snuggle with Dorian (I told him if I had nightmares from the pills before I left that he would have to ...
... covered figs he had been ogling at the Visitors Centre, some salt water taffy (the last was from Masquerade's trip north) and a blueberry loaf.
Tonight was our resort's "Meet and Greet" night and since the sun had gone behind the mountains we sat by a tempered glass fire and chatted with a local couple, a couple from Vancouver and a couple from Inverness, B.C. Then on one of their recommendations we set out to explore ...
... over the lower Rockies (obviously the shortest route) which meant that we were now going up over 3000ft with nothing more than a mild steel barrier between us and the sheer drop. Laura was very brave driving up and over but I'm pretty sure there were finger imprints left in the steering wheel when we arrived. One other thing to note was that the temperature was creeping up and up with every mile, dun dun ...