Sea & Sun Lodges-Motel
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... area for farming, irrigation canals were dug from the Colorado River into the valley. Due to fears of silt buildup, a cut was made in the bank of the Colorado River to further increase the water flow. The resulting outflow overwhelmed the engineered canal, and the river flowed into the Salton Basin for two years, filling the historic dry lake bed and creating the modern ...
... the heck we are doing here (although the thought did cross my mind!) I am thankful for the amazing adventures I have had over the past 7 months while on my leave... the beautiful places I have seen, the friends and family I have had the opportunity to visit with/travel with, and the freedom to do, or not do, pretty much what I wanted. I know how fortunate I am and want to thank everyone for coming along for the journey.
... unload 25 bins of crab weighing on average 88 pounds . Doug was asking them questions and they kept answering while unloading. It was a hoot! We decided we maybe should get home before it got too dark without traffic lights, so we headed home and got there about 7:30 and just as we got to our floor(no elevators) the power came on. We were so thankful as it would have been a very uncomfortable night without air conditioning. Friday morning started out with a delicious ...
... People (amazing entertainers, another favourite set!), Empire of the Sun, Pharrel and Muse. Pharrell surprised me! Didn't expect to enjoy his set as much as I did but he brought out Busta Rhymes, Usher and Jay-Z. Back to camp a bit after midnight. Sunday 20th, April Pretty hot morning, no early sets we needed to see so we hung at United Nations with crew. Went in around 3.30 to get to Rudimental. Scotty and Mikey held their hats up high to keep the ...
Driven Wednesday 312 km
Driven to date: 6171 km
We left Lake Havasu on Wednesday and headed for our friends John's and Bertha’s home in Thermal, on the Salton Sea in southeastern California. Again, we had incredible scenery along the way, miles and miles of desert with mountain ranges in the background. We drove through a canyon that was just amazing. I wouldn’t want to be there during the rainy season; along the sides of ...