Borrego Valley Inn
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After the pumpkin patch we realized we have seen almost every part of the park except the west side so we decided to take a drive to see Culp Valley. The drive is a two lane road with twists and turns as it ascend high above the valley floor offering some fantastic views. After a ...
... it to this amazing view point. Luckily there were other people at this view point so if we were to get stuck in the sand we had some backup for help. Anyway, Flat Ada wanted to see the sights so I had to hold her tightly otherwise she has this tendency to jump. Flat Bill was back in the car waiting for us to come back...he was bored with all the sand. We spent maybe 10 minutes at the view point taking pictures then we strategically left ...
... weather was stunning with brilliant blue skies and very interesting wispy clouds as you can see in the pictures below. After maybe 30 minutes we reached the pictograph on a large boulder. Interesting. We then headed back to the car since we were starting to get hungry. It was 1pm and we just for hungry after that great breakfast we had at the BVI. Since there ...
After a day of traveling, and riding the luggage carousel at Phoenix airport - much to the dismay of the luggage owners - Bill settles his nerves down with a classic margarita at Carmelita's mexican restaurant in Borrego Springsâ¦â 166;. > > > > > > Oh sure, at first he was all ...
... to miss out on the truly amazing sunsets we saw here.
Oh and sometimes we more felt like we are on the ocean: the airs smells salty and you feel a fresh breeze.
We did check out this “old” resort town – but except some half broken steps up to the dam and nowadays a long walk to the lake, it is ...