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... campground and I reviewed it below. Heading to Palm Springs tomorrow.
Wednesday, April 17 – Joshua Tree National Park – Black Rock Campground This campground is located in the northwest of Joshua Tree National Park. You have to leave the
Park and then drive in from Yucca Valley. It is the closest campground from the Palm Springs area and the Visitor Center was very busy. Some of the ...
... encouraging. LAFCO members seemed to think the area was too small to support itself as a city.
Then Supervisor Dennis Hansberger during his first term in office said the concerns were that Grand Terrace had no tax base -- meaning little sales tax revenue and an insufficient amount of property taxes -- to pay for city services.
But Hansberger supported the city and helped obtain the $28,000 needed for a feasibility study.
The residents ...
... capture their lifting and sliding moments.
We waited around night fall to watch the Torchlight Parade at Snow Summit. We were lucky to find parking that wasn't so bad. The place was awesome. There were cabins and lodges and eateries around the ski area with some music to rock on. Then as we approached moments before the parade, we got our cameras ready and made sure we were in ...
... however we were still able to do 6 of the 9, and missing out on three was a small price to pay compared to missing out completely.
We were only given these garden gloves to wear and my hands were absolutely freezing – so much so I could hardly feel my fingers when I was trying to use the video on the camera to film the guys going down the zip lines. A mother and daughter on the tour were nice enough to lend me one glove each to wear.
We were ...
... LA - Sydney, we had to take the following route: La - Auckland - Sydney - Canberra. The positive was that there were plenty of empty seats on the way to Auckland so that "most" of us managed to get a good rest. :-)
We should be back home Monday afternoon (yes we lose a day going back home to Australia).
Let the journey begin! ...