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... and no building codes. It is unique – nothing else like it exists anywhere; and it was made completely from recycled materials – just discarded items he found out on the desert. Vigas were made from power poles. Lumber was salvaged from abandoned cabins. Nails were hammered straight and used again. Adobe was dug on site and mixed with concrete for additional strength.
There is a highly developed passive cooling system – a necessity in a place ...
My daughter Nancy Lee and I have come to Desert Hot Springs for a three-day mini-vacation.
Today we visited Tahquitz Canyon, one of four canyons adjacent to Palm Springs that belong to the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians. We opted for a guided hike of the canyon with William, ...
... deserves all the credit actually because he was the first to say he wanted to get baptized. I have wanted to as well but have wanted to do it along with my siblings but forgot about being baptized since it had not come up for some time. So to hear that Paul wanted to do it brought it back to me. So one thing led to another and it ended up that all four of us decided to get baptized together!!! It was exciting and something I'll never forget. And as a senior I thought it ...
... site at Elks Lodge were willing to allow us to stay the night of the reception and I pushed the envelope for another nights stay, pre-wedding. Although it sounds like a place to lay your head, it's actually more of a gathering venue without sleeping quarters. The location is mostly known for their popular Friday bingo nights which was actually cancelled for the reception. (I had a feeling there might be some bingo wedding crashers.)
... descriptions of the elephant. I believe that each part of life is beautiful and the ways that each culture views life, through their languages and cultural lenses, is something that is to be preserved and shared, even if it is contrary to others descriptions of life. For how can you completely understand what an elephant is, if you leave out the description of it's trunk?
So what part of the elephant do you wash?