Indian Palms Vacation Club
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... of Fire
Strode Wendy and Dan,
Intrepid travellers all.
Ringed by red rock mountains,
A land that seldom sees rain,
To the limits of their endurance
In a quest for the unknown.
Ours is not to reason why;
Ours is only not to fry.
You can probably tell this is just one more “favourite spot” on our ...
... Birthday my very special niece and nephew - Kat & Kevin. Can't believe they are 17 today. They are two of the most incredible kids I know and we are so very very proud of them. Happy Birthday/Sto Lat Guys....we love you.
We are leaving California tomorrow and heading into Arizona. We have somewhat of a ride tomorrow so today we decided to take it easy. Had to do some cleaning, laundry and get ready for an ...
... passes for it. The height limit was 42" which he JUST passed so he wanted to go as well. It is supposedly one of the scarier rides at the park, but Colson was insistent that we was going to go. At this point we decided to split up as the Pinot's and Plouffe-Richartz had bought hopper passes so they wanted to head to Disneyland for a bit. We took in the Aladdin musical show at a theatre, went to a wilderness challenge trail where the kids did some rope trails, rock climbing ...
... and are little more than a tourist’s curiosity and beaches full of dead tilapia.
The northwest corner of the Salton Sea is only about 10 miles from home.
In no time at all, I’m in the driveway at 81640 Tiburon Drive, unpacking.
After 17 days and 4,255 miles, I’m home.
Sarah documents my arrival at 10:45
I managed to beat the heat.
More importantly, ...
... intense and calm at the same time that you will not know how to feel for most part of it! Other parts , I just felt enlightened!
[“I have always loved the desert. One sits down on a desert sand dune, sees nothing, hears nothing. Yet through the silence something throbs, and gleams...”]
We entered the park from the south end (Cottonwood spring). Plan was to camp at Jumbo rocks ( declared as one of the best campsites in JT...rightly ...