Indian Palms Country Club & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... amongst the immense boulder formations. It's beauty is completely different from what you might ordinarily see.
Some of the twisted, spiky trees remind you of something straight out of Dr. Seuss. Years ago, the Joshua tree was recognized by American Indians for its useful properties - tough leaves were worked into baskets and sandals and flower buds/raw or roasted seeds made healthy additions to the ...
Written by Molly
We left Las Vegas on a Sunday afternoon heading into California. Probably not the best idea as far as traffic is concerned, but we made it through and did a one night stop in Hesperia. We were a little under three hours from Palm Desert where my great uncle Jim and aunt Joan from my mom’s family moved after retiring. We were hoping to get a chance to see them, but when we changed our route back in Arizona we ...
Left Bakersfield at 8:45 to continue on to Palm Springs. Lots of traffic going through LA but eventually we got through it. Hang on to your bladder because you don't dare to stop especially towing a big rig like ours. We arrived in Indio around 1:00 to a nice sunny. Warm day. The resort we are staying at has all the amenities you need except cable. It is ...
... into one field to see what was growing and came back with a cauliflower. We ate it in the car - delicious! We then found lemon and orange groves as well as a field of peppers where we "shopped" for a few samples. As a city girl it amazes me that food can be found "growing on trees"!
We got to the state park interpretive centre just as it was about to close (4 ...
... A desert hike, relatively flat after the first slight incline. I pondered the difference of a desert hike and realized for me it is the fact that you can see so far all around you-- this one had mountains on three sides-- and yet every so often I remind myself to not get caught up looking so far away but to keep my eyes on the ground near my feet just in case some snake be out basking in the sunshine, despite not signs indicating they are present.