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... destination was Indio, next door to Palm Springs, part of the Coachella Valley, an oasis of golf courses, polo grounds and beautiful gated communities. Our friends, Wayne and Judy Duffy, invited us to visit them in their winter home there, a lovely ranch style with an interior courtyard complete with pool and hot tub. The pool was our first stop and Judy says we were the only ones to ever swim in it ...
... a fox. We saw porcupines. We went through the aviary and saw cranes, guinea fowl, cranes, and some brightly colored birds. We walked around Lemur Island, which of course is the dwelling spot of two varieties of lemurs and several species of monkeys. We saw several large turtles.
By now, it was lunchtime, and we returned to the Elephant Room, where we made our own deli sandwiches, enjoyed salad and fruit and juice or water. After lunch, the kids all went out to ...
... on the bus, but there's no printed schedule for it, I have to go back down to the original level. Get out of lift turn left, that takes me to a parking garage, I seem to remember something about garage G, a sign says access to that from level 8, up to level 8, wander along looking lost. An official took pity on me, wrong way need to head back down to level 2 & along toward the terminal. Finally going back past the eftpos where I'd got the cash when I first arrived, from ...
... we left the park, two busloads of school kids and several very loud adults were arriving. So glad we came early.
Our next destination was Bodega Bay. We drove north on Highway 1 for a couple of hours along curvy roads, often by the ocean. People living in these small communities must drive to the city for gas. We almost ran out before finding a ...
... left after 20 minutes or so. We headed on the freeway where Kevin took some sneaky shortcuts up the slip lane over the bridge, skipping about 50 cars, a clever idea! We had a good chat about all sorts of things, including his 2 year old, my trip etc. Kevin is a great guy. Kevin took the scenic route to Chris’ office as the traffic on the freeway was insanely busy. When we arrived I gave Chris a call and he came out and met us. Chris then gave me a tour ...