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The Imperial Sand Dunes are not far from the city of Brawley, elevation 112 feet below sea level. Agriculture is Brawley’s primary industry. The city was named after J.H. Braly, who originally owned the land. After Braly refused to permit the use of his name, the name of the city was changed to Brawley.
Notable people from Brawley include:
- Helen Fabela Chavez, former labor ...
Bri and Larns pulled into Tommy's burger joint on Hollywood Blvd to pick me up for the last leg of our journey to Coachella. Allana's driving skills got us out onto the open road in no time. Giant white windmills cover the dry LA hills on the way inland to Palm Springs. Landscape is beautiful and different to anything I've ever seen- now it feels like we're in ...
... the canyon yesterday and decided we were armatures in the hiking world who also happened to be recovering from very sore body parts, so Matt sent us up a less steep slope.
We had a bit of a walk to get to the start of the dune. I left my shoes in the car (I made the poor choice to not carry my backpack and just my camera instead), so Beth (who wore shoes) had a much easier walk to the dune than I did. Do remember that nothing good comes from any of ...
... pack and repacked at least 3 times now. The flight will be long, but after 17 hours of medically induced sleep we'll be in Bangkok. We arrive around 6:30am, so we have the whole day to explore. I know some of you may be thinking that after a 17 hour flight and a 15 hour time change we'll be too tired to to anything but dive into the cement-like beds that await us, but no no my friends, we'll be hitting the ...
... you her favorite time might be when I’m golfing and out of her hair and not underfoot. The places to see in this country are almost overwhelming. What a great country we live in.
Well, talk to you next year. Whether it’s here on our blog or Facebook, keep in touch with us. We are very interested in what’s happening with you too. Be safe, be healthy and occasionally refuse to act your age. You’ll feel better for it. Best wishes to all of you in 2011. ...