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... Café, a favorite biker hangout at the intersection of Highways 74 and 371. If we turned left onto 371, the road would take us to Temecula, in the heart of Southern California wine country.
A very cool thing happens our way up Highway 74, something you Harley riders will relate to. A California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer passes me going down the hill. He gives me a "Harley wave," first time that's ever ...
We spent a record six-nights at the Oasis Palms RV Park near Indio/Thermal/Oasis, a park we've stayed in before but it is now under new ownership, two young Asian fellows (and by young we mean 23 and 21 years old!), Vincont and Anthony, one a medical student, the other in business. Their parents own a huge farm across the highway and when ...
On Sunday afternoon Jim and I attended the polo matches at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. Polo is a team sport played on horseback. The objective is to score goals against an opposing team. Players score by driving a small white plastic or wooden ball into the opposing team's goal using a long-handled mallet. ...
After a lot of travel over the last several months, settling down in Palm Desert for a month of R+R seemed like a great way to wind down my leave from work. It wasn't exactly lazy days around the pool, but was definitely a nice blend of activity and relaxation... visiting with friends at times and other times doing things on our own, including a full range of outdoor activities such as walking, hiking, biking, rollerblading, and swimming. ...
... to miss out on the truly amazing sunsets we saw here.
Oh and sometimes we more felt like we are on the ocean: the airs smells salty and you feel a fresh breeze.
We did check out this “old” resort town – but except some half broken steps up to the dam and nowadays a long walk to the lake, it is ...