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... transportation of choice, a modern classic: The Camaro. Our destination: 'The Joshua Tree’. No, not a U2 album; we are heading to our version of a chillaxing getaway, three days in a beautiful house, in somewhat isolation and natural scenery, ok so there were Walmart visits and a hot lap of The Home Depot, (old habits die hard), but mainly it was desert vistas.
It didn’t take long before we were leaving the City of Angels ...
... 11:30AM Warner Brothers.
THIS GOLDEN TICKET GUARANTEES ADMITTANCE"
Heads turn in the restaurant with all eyes on me as I SCREAM - disbelief, does not compute, NO!! Everyone starts laughing. They were all in on it. Everyone but me knew. And, trust me, that was a feat! And now, what I learn is that it wasn't just our dinner companions but pretty much everyone back at home knew about it too. Well, blow my mind why don't you?!!!
... get old, but I've flown less than a dozen times and the wonder is still there. It is a beautiful clear day, and looking out of the window as shining ants and millipedes crawled along the South Eastern Freeway I could see the 'mighty Murray' snaking through the patchwork of fields and vineyards. I wonder how it will compare to the Amazon River, or even its tributaries which, Godwilling, Dad and I will travel on in October!
... on the road just after 11am and drove through Palm Springs and Mondena towards LAX. Snapped some pics of the wind turbines and the desert conditions around the area. Just coming into LA is when the car beeped indicating that we were "Low on Fuel" I had a readout of how many miles we had left and was never really worried about being able to get there (as long as there wasn't any catastrophic traffic jams between where we were and LAX). Tanja, who would not ...
Greyhound experience over! After a total of 52 hours on buses around the States it now begins what feels like a two week holiday. Honestly do not know where the time has gone. Yaz and I kept in the shelter for the morning in Dallas yesterday as the rain was torrential, not that we had much energy in us anyway to go sightseeing after the night ...