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... in the summer and were carried through even as their architectural styles became more sophisticated, being used for religious purposes probably for the same reasons with as many as 15 incorporated in their more complex buildings.[
Many of the cliff dwellings, when built, were accessible initially only by toe and hand holds ...
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We arrived at our new winter home on December 1st. After driving east on the I-10 the GPS directed us off the highway onto a long, desolate desert road. We were starting to wonder what kind of place we were heading for when things improved and we saw the sign for Sands RV and Golf Resort. The place looked nice! A oasis ...
... is waiting for it. This beetle is good for the palm forest as it thrives only on old or sick trees.
Kestrels, black throated sparrows, great horned owls, vultures and wilson's warblers also frequent the oasis. A variety of snakes, lizards and other slithery creatures love this place. It provides them with food and water so who wouldn't love this place under those circumstances?
Continuing on we walk through what is truly a fan ...
... in providing free outdoor education programs for school children."
We head west on Interstate 10, exit at the Whitewater exit and follow the signage into the canyon. Traveling several miles up the ever narrowing canyon we pass a few private dwellings and about a half a bizillion rocks and boulders rounded by years of being tumbled downstream by the Whitewater River. We reach the end of the paved road and the entrance to the ...
... rush, was a citrus baron in turn-of-the- century Riverside, met such luminaries as Chief Red Cloud, Henry Huntington, Theodore Roosevelt and Mexican dictator Porfirio Diaz. He attended Dwight Eisenhower's presidential inauguration. He studied impressionist art in Paris in 1925.
Born in the Dakota Territories at his parents’ trading post, he was guest of Mexican president Porfirio Diaz at the Castillo de Chapultepec in the 1890’s, member of an Inuit ...