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... thru and masses of palm trees. So pretty. Onwards to another grove of palm trees and a little creek. There was a couple of bird feeders around to supplement food for the hummingbirds, I am doubtful that they needed any supplementing, but more likely an attraction as there was about eight hummingbirds swarming around the feeders. Selfishly I adored them, and enjoyed watching them for quite a while. They are so tiny and so beautiful. We walked down into the gully, where we got to ...
Warning: I'm homesick and a pessimist. Read at your own risk.
Last night was my first night in the tent. Not bad, I wasn’t cold at all, everything was fine. Did wake up a couple of times when I heard some animals marching around right outside of the tent (turns out it was just cattle). Maria woke up and headed to the dunes (the trip I did Tuesday) around 5:00 this morning. I got up and had breakfast around 7:30. Duke Matt took us ...
... are mostly covered from viewing by these amazing hedges but you can still get a few glimpses in and they are massive and amazingly kept properties. We were all starting to get a bit hungry and Kev had previously mentioned his love of 'panda express' (an Asian food chain that is only available on the west coast). So we searched for that on the iPhone. Erin was directing and Steve was driving. This proved funny when the iPhone not once but twice told us there was a ...
... a look. Borax Museum visited: check. Then it was time to hit the road en route to Palm Springs. I took the wheel as we headed south out of Death Valley and negotiated our way through the quaint little out-of-the-way (read middle-of-nowhere) desert towns of Armargosa and Shoshone, with their crumbling abandoned motels and rusting gas stations. We stopped on the side of Highway 127 when we spotted the Dumont Dunes in the distance: massive sand ...
... but the pulse of the road and the heart of the Camino became a part of me. At times, I felt like my body was only a shell carrying my spirit and it was my spirit that travelled the Camino... we are spiritual beings living in this material world. Along the Camino, I experienced grief & hope, pain & struggle, strength & determination, happiness & sadness, joy & laughter, love & passion, romance & friendship, solitude ...