The Andalusian Court
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to my friend's family in 1955, one year after it was completed. It has stayed with them since then... ...but what, might you ask, is so special about this? What's so very special about the William Cody House is that it is *exactly*, EXACTLY now as it was then...everything, everything inside it is as it was in 1955. The furniture, the kitchen, the drapes, the lighting...everything. Like a time-warp a museum, a time-capsule, my friend's ...
... to see why.
- Sid Monge, a retired Major League baseball relief pitcher, who played professionally from 1975 to 1984 for the California Angels, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Philadelphia Phillies and San Diego Padres. Monge, born in Mexico, is in the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame.
Brawley is just 70 miles from home in La Quinta.
I follow the western shore of the Salton Sea on CA-86, ...
... attraction must have been very challenging. Everything was ferried by helicopter - some 28,000 flights carrying some 1 million pounds of men and materials up sheer cliffs. There are some yellow platforms on the tops of the pylons, 16 x 16 feet, which served as landing platforms for the chopper, and from which men would climb out and clamber down the pylons. Terrifying to even think about!
The temperature drops 30-40 degrees F as you ascend. From the valley floor, the ...
... right we've arrived near our final destination. Now mom and dad are really excited but me and Big Boy are still dreaming of those treats in Las Cruces. You don't think mom might get us some of those do you?? Stay tuned I'll let you know. Well Big Boy found a new hiding place since we got here, under the couch!! Now how the heck did that Woolley mammoth get in there?? He's such a funny guy and is really doing very well for his first trip. Must go now, so ...
... middle of nowhere. This was the Desert Training Centre where soldiers were prepared for combat in North Africa in WWII. The centre was established in 1942 and covered 18,000 square miles (just over 46,600 square km) and over a million soldiers were trained there. Getting the petrol put me in a bit of a grumpy mood (truth be told I was already on the edge as I had a bit of a headache from the constant changes in altitude as I ...