Desert Isle of Palm Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Would have blogged, but couldn't have....I came down with food poisoning so for most of today have been in bed knocked off my feet.
Gin and I did try a game of Sequence to relieve the boredom but I could not stay warm and was quite uncomfortable but eventually sleep was eagerly welcomed.
Thanks to the bed side manner ...
... set up camera traps for the second half of his research endeavor. We drove for about four hours and stopped for three 20 minutes sessions of setting up cameras, taking pictures with the cameras to make sure the angle was appropriate, etc. Noodle joined us. I provided assistance by recording certain attributes of the land (what percentage was grass, bush, shrub, barren, trees, etc., as well as the coordinates of the location). We did see ...
... miss, sometimes it works, today it didn't. So I had to go inside and pay first, which is fine but you have to give them and exact dollar amount of how much you want, you can't just say here's my card, I want to fill it up, I'll come back in in a minute to pay and collect the card, no that's way too logical and easy, you have to guess how much your car might take, grrrrr! So I had a "I'm not a mind reader" spat with my ...
... round ours when ever as we have the pool :), music to my ears - everyone held them to this! As soon as they picked us up we headed to the Red Robin for tea which was a burger bar. We then arrived at the family house and talked till late.
The following morning we went round to Chris' for lunch and then pizza before hitting the first day of camp, I was going to go in our pool but I didn't have the time to do so. I was assigned 8 people in my camp who ...
110409 Lake Havasu
Along the way - The roadway quickly climbs from Palm Springs to Blythe and halfway there is the little town of Chiriaco Summit. Originally built to provide a rest area for weary travelers, General Patton built an army training base here in 1942 so the town prospered (it's still very small). There's a museum here in his honor with several displays of military hardware.
Built along the shores of the Colorado ...