Desert Breezes Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... native palm of the US. The Preserve is located on Mission Creek trace of the San Andreas Fault between Desert Hot Springs and Indio. Springs arising along the fault are the water source for the Fan Palms. You can see the water bubbling up along the fault. We are just happy there were no earth quakes while we were walking along the fault line.
Tomorrow we will be leaving Palm Desert driving to our next stop in Pahrump, Nevada.
Today was a 1:00 shotgun at San Gorgonio golf course at Sun City, after a morning workout. Everyone a little stiff from yesterday - I still don't have my golf muscles back yet. San Gorgonio is a tougher course than Santa Rosa. Guy was a little tender - his back was not in such good shape last night. Warmer - probably 82 degrees with no clouds around to ...
... with us on day one and on the last day was stuck on the second floor in his large wheel chair. Every elevator that had stopped at the floor was full. One soldier alerted a completely full elevator that John had been waiting a long time to get to the ground floor and "could someone give up their space on the elevator for John?"...The elevator emptied...and the soldiers watched John glide into his own elevator....the soldiers then hauled their bikes ...
... I talked like friends over a couple glasses of wine and red meat...that's the way we do it in our family. We talked, laughed and cackled with one another and I grew another layer in my heart for that woman. What a doll she is, yes what an incredible doll. All in all I had a good time and I hope I get to see them all soon. Until then, I will hit the road and think about the memories we made this time around and only look forward to the next excitement. San Diego, here I ...
... This was a last minute addition to the trip and I did not do my usual homework. If I did my perhaps I would have learned to avoid the Mohave Desert in August! Duh... Perhaps we will be back another time, but we are certainly in no rush. The wounds are too fresh. For the first time on the trip, I can honestly say, we were all bored. We were hunkered down in the RV with all the shades drawn and the AC cranked for the whole day. There was ...