- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... awhile to get to a point where we could turn around. Right then the rangers arrived. They'd seen us and unlocked the gate so we could drive out. Phew!
They warned of us the dangerous windy conditions - specially with our high profile trailer.
We arrived at the RV store 1 1/2 hrs later than originally agreed. Then we had to wait - they had to go to ...
... duty and service. I knew an wise woman once who told me I'd you are having a bad day, go volunteer somewhere. Through service to others, we tend to help ourselves just as profoundly if not even more so. Papa Smurf, Mountain Mama, Josh, Jim, pepper, penny, peaches and Karma, thank you all so much for the amazing work you do in service to your fellow man. I apparently am going to end up with quite the list of "I hope to see you again sooner than later." All our love right at ...
... of the desert floor. They look like man made creations found in Walt Disney World or Disneyland.
Now for an explanation of todays title- "Almost Went Over The Fisical (sic) Cliff":
Fisical, Physical, get it?
We arrive at Keys View and park the truck. We didn't just get out of the truck- we were pulled out! The wind caught our doors like sails and we literally hit the pavement running. The desert floor is nearly 4000 feet below us. Mt. Jacinto ...
... How do you suppose that they can play golf in that gear?
We've had some illness and injuries in the family this year. Our daughter has had three surgeries- thyroid, rotator cuff, and two days ago removal of bone spurs in her hip joint. A grandson had bone spurs removed from a toe. Another grandson is recovering from growth plate femur fracture. Our brother in law received a pacemaker. A sister suffers from ongoing bone problems. We wish you all well and God Bless.
Salton Sea is at the bottom of the Coachella Valley. On the way west up I 10 we stopped at a date farm for a date shake. This is the largest producing area of Medjool dates in the world. Who knew there were more than 10 varieties of dates and each tastes different? The date shakes were great and we of course sampled ...