Quiet Creek Inn
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... gardens and golf courses, and a little research provided the answer. Drinking water comes from acquifers, accessed by 1,200 ft deep wells. Most of the 50 or so golf courses use water from the Coachella Canal, which brings water from the Colorado River. The Canal is also used to replenish the acquifer at four different locations. About 17 courses and some schools use recycled water for their ...
... to here in. Palm Springs after we went to the Joshua Tree National Park, well we are doing something similar in that we are going to go to the Joshua Tree Park tomorrow, it's quite a drive to get to the entrance, but as I recall, a trip very worthwhile. Our hotel in Indian Wells is a very smart Hyatt, with several Pools which we tried out this evening, we ate in the restaurant as there is nothing really that nearby and we also just don't fancy going anywhere ...
... will see and hear about during the next 7 months are some places and activities that hopefully make for a little more interesting reading. This entry includes pictures from the first week of May, still in Palm Desert. Alas, we leave tomorrow, back to Edmonton where the weather is still sucking I am told! It is supposed to improve this week though, so I'm hoping by Wednesday the weather man will remember that it is supposed to be Spring not ...
... heat. It was 107 today, I checked. We saw all kinds of desert animals & plants. There was a tram that follows the main path with stops to look at various parts of the park. We walked around for about 2 hours after which I needed to get into some a/c. It was a very nice place to visit & I'm sure we'll go again, when it's cooler.
Finally, we headed to ...
... in Canada. So far we've hit 37 of the 61 courses here. Anyways, it seemed like the ladies spent two months shopping – the guys were done in ½ an hour.
The caulking around our roof mounted aerials, air horns, anemometer, and vents was always cracking so we found a guy, Joe Estanislao (an Indian/Polak hybrid so I knew right away that I'd found the best!) to come have a look. He's a Soboba Indian (native to this area) who worked as a fiberglass/paint ...