San Jacinto Inn
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... out around the pool was needed for the afternoon, until sundown cocktails were served with nibbles, what service from a motel! It was so good we have decided to stay for another night, unheard of, but we are changing room so wait for tomorrow's themes! We headed into Palm Springs for dinner but in true style round these parts by 9pm the town slows down, so we headed back to the Motel opened some drinks & sat drinking & chatting in the very hot 85 degree ...
The "Boys" have been working hard getting the car ready with everything we are going to need to complete the race. They have also been timing the car for how many seconds it takes to start and stop at different speeds, and making a chart to refer to during the race. We are getting things ready to put the 1938 Packard into the trailer and on the road on the 13 th. The official start of the race is the 22nd.
Our team is: ...
... in my hair. Then I have to take them out and brush my hair. Then we have brush our teeth. Then we have to put the furry ones in the truck, get into it ourselves and drive to the church". SHEESH, are we busy! After all of that we arrive at the church 1/2 hour early!
St. Elizabeth is surprisingly large. Shouldn't be a surprise as it is the only Catholic church in DHS.
DHS is what us locals call Desert Hot Springs. During Mass I ...
... sundry. Today's ride was more or less all along wide urban roads and through 100 traffic lights. The other drivers were remarkably courteous particularly since we acted like cyclists do and more or less ignored most of the traffic rules. The weather was cool (like an English Summer) and for some of the time there was a tailwind. There was one faller, bruised and cracked helmet but otherwise unhurt. One GPS fell off and was run over by a ...