The Chateau At Lake La Quinta
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... shopping at Trader Joe's and Costco for cheap liquor (ie: $13 for a 1.75 litre of vodka!), gas & food, sitting in the sun with our feet up and a book in hand, visiting other 'snow-birds' that wisely came south (notably Greer & Andy Rosequist, Brian & Sheila Lindsay and Craig, Rose & ...
... about putting a camera trap. I guess I thought we would drive in the canyon, somehow, and walk from there. Definitely wrong, and boy was I glad that I wore pants.
We drove to the canyon, and Matt told us to get out of the car. I assumed that we were just looking into the canyon (stupid me) as he was pointing a few things out. The canyon we were parked above is called Honey Canyon because native people used to climb the canyon to get where the bee’s ...
After returning from Joshua Tree we have been on the computer planning as much of our road trip as possible. We have booked a place in San Francisco for a few days time. We will be leaving the luxury of this great house in the morning. Seans mum returned today and cooked us some tasty Mexican food. ...
... Angeles. As our hotel is in Hollywood we walk to the walk of fame on Hollywood Boulevard have some drinks and eat some Burritos. In down town LA we visit the Walt Disney Concert Hall designed by Frank Gehry (like the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain). Today we’ll be heading to the beaches of Santa Monica and Venice and then it is back to Amsterdam. I hope you enjoyed the stories and Pictures. We definitely had a great time here in the South West. Until next time. ...
... there; it is quite a memorable place.
Driving north, the scenery throughout Minnesota is beautiful. Lakes everywhere, rolling hills, spectacular vistas. Then you near the North Dakota border, and geography screams out "frozen tundra" much of the year.
In Grand Forks, we stayed with our old friends from Southern California, David and Nancy Lurwig. ...