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... I like to say every year – if you happen to learn anything or derive mild entertainment value from reading these blog posts, well, you’re welcome!
I look forward to having you along for the ride over the next nine days – and I welcome your feedback. Feel free to comment on the photos, the route, the writing, the weather, our culinary choices – whatever. You can make your comments directly on ...
... Tramway. This was within the San Jacinto State Park. On the five mile drive to the Tramway the elevation was 1000 feet. We entered the park and were told which car park to use. We were then picked up by a trolley and taken to the tram. It ascended 986 feet. The floor of the tram rotated, apparently there are only three which do this in the world, South Africa which Liz has already been on, Switzerland and here in California. The two trams were bought from Switzerland in 2000. ...
... If you have enjoyed our blog ,and been tempted ,I can assure you ,you would have a wonderful time here in the lovely West Coast of the USA ....a truly wonderful place ,full of wonderful treasures ,including the people who helped make this trip a great great experience . Trev xxx So that's it! This epic journey comes to an end! We have been travelling for 16 days, spending almost 24h/day together! We had so much fun! We ...
... homey 'hood indeed!
The RV park has dozens of lemon, orange and grapefruit trees on-site, so we could pick fruit to our hearts content...which we did (four weeks later D was juicing it all so we could take it back across the CA border!)! The proximity to shopping in Indio is great, so we made runs in to Costco, Trader Joe's ...
... to see why.
- Sid Monge, a retired Major League baseball relief pitcher, who played professionally from 1975 to 1984 for the California Angels, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Philadelphia Phillies and San Diego Padres. Monge, born in Mexico, is in the Mexican Baseball Hall of Fame.
Brawley is just 70 miles from home in La Quinta.
I follow the western shore of the Salton Sea on CA-86, ...