The Palms at Indian Head Desert Inn
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- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
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- Swimming pool
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... wit the BBQ. Home about 10, to pack I thought. But Gord decided he needed to put together a book case that we bought.... U know those IKEA ones that have a zillion pieces and instructions in 4 different languages.. none of which make any sense? Well pictures something like that. I was well asleep before it was done but when I woke up, there is was, standing straight and everything :) I told him Id be impressed if he got it done ...
... that had cool shade and palms trees with a small creek running through it. It was a welcomed sight as the day was quite warm. We continues further up the canyon to get to the 20 foot waterfall. Again over boulders and through thick bushes we marched on and finally got to the waterfall or so it was supposed to be. Since the region has not had a good rainfall this season the waterfall was more of ...
... totaling several dozen to date - are mythical in nature as well as representing things native if the area. Searching out these sculptures is somewhat of a safari as they appear randomly along the BS landscape. I am fascinated by these sculptures and they truly add something special to this ...
... more thing that I forgot to mention in the other blog entries.....this morning at 7:11am pacific time, John felt a slight earthquake. I thought he was still drunk from yesterday's margarita but after downloading an earthquake app on my iPad, I did confirm that there was a 2.6 magnitude earthquake at that very time up in Searles Valley...about 100-150 miles north of Borrego Springs. So maybe he wasn't drunk. :) Okay....now we are off to go hike. > > > > > Sent from my ...
... the encouraging sign “They didn't bring enough water”! Warning duly noted we set off. We were lucky that there was a bit of cloud but even so it got pretty hot as we climbed about 900 feet up the canyon. As advertised there was a considerable amount of boulder-scrambling and at one point a very tight space to squeeze through. Only one member of the trio managed this (guess who?), the other, shall we say ...