The Villa Resort - Palm Springs
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The other night we had fish for supper so I sent Sue out to forage for an appropriate accompaniment.
My longer hair was too warm for golfing so I sought out a local salon.
... two nights ago. The mountains that we see from the patio are totally snow covered instead of the usual streaks of snow this time of year. Everywhere people are in long pants and jackets and complaining about the weather. At 12 above we are not fazed but look forward to the warming trend that is supposed to bring the temp to low 20s over the next few days.
Our condo is the nicest place we have ever rented. Fully equipped and expertly ...
... is slightly delayed when we discover an empty lockbox! Frantic calls to and from the owner and shortly a neighbour comes to the rescue and we're in. Our new place is a funky large studio apartment complete with paper mache statue in the corner. A zebra-coloured middle-aged woman complete with beads and roller skates mounted on a wooden barrel. There's an electric cord to plug it in, but we'll wait for later.
... It’s about midway between those two cities.
Its population is nearly 21,000. Not much to do here, other than the Blythe Bluegrass Festival in January, and an opportunity to stop for a cold drink on the way from somewhere to somewhere else.
Also popular in Blythe: dove hunting. The season begins September 1.
From Blythe, I head south on CA-78. The road takes me through Ripley, past the ...
... The next day we woke having had some vivid dreams from sleeping on the 20th floor. We went to 'ihop' for a pancake breakfast before setting off on our road trip to Huntington Beach. This Saturday was the first day of the Vans US open surfing competition, although the weather was a bit cloudy there were lots of people there with stalls and free sweets so we enjoyed ourselves wondering around and people watching on ...