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... here at the resort. Saturday morning finally started out cool with a great breeze. We headed off to the Desert College grounds for the weekly morning art fair and market. The vendors were all different from those I've been to in florida, so I did some more shopping. The highlight of the day, was an afternoon TEE TIME at JW Marriot's PALM DESERT SPRINGS Country Club. (see pics). It was absolutely beautiful tees, fairways, ...
I should have written my blog every day, so now I forget exactly what we did and when! Anyhow we went to see a cultural museum in Palm Springs called the Agua Caliente featuring the artifacts, jewellry, music and photos of the indigenous Cahuilla Indians -very interesting. The lady in the museum asked me where we came from before Vancouver Island. When I said ...
... Mickey Mouse, towels for blankets, snacks, headphones for his ears, sunscreen, water, changes of clothes, jackets for later, camera etc....you know travelling light for me :).
The shuttle only took about 20 minutes to get to the festival but once we arrived it took about another 20 to 30 minutes to get into the actual festival as there was a 600m walk from shuttle area to first checkpoint where they search everyone and their bags - unless you ...
... Ball and Marilyn Monroe.
As we drove the short distance from Palm Springs back to Rancho Mirage, we noticed the obvious areas of the natural desert plant life settled between the lush areas of the developed neighborhoods. The contrast is incredible. One can surely see how modern times have made the desert bloom. I'm ...
... has to offer. Unfortunately, most of them involved hiking, and since that sounded too hard we decided to see what else was on offer.
After breakfast, we jumped in the car and drove towards San Jacinto mountain, which is on the outskirts of the city. There is the option of taking a gondola to the top, so we thought it was a great start. We'd been advised to take a pullover with us as it gets quite cold at the top of the mountain. Ted balked at this idea, since the day was ...