Marriott's Shadow Ridge II- The Enclaves
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... Jane rode with Celine again. So nice to see her on a golf course! Funny, she won't go with me. Don't understand that. Shot 88 again. Too many double bogies! After golf, we hustled home near twilight to shower for dinner out in Rancho Mirage at The River shopping center, Acqua Pazza. Never cease to be amazed at the water, water everywhere around Palm Springs ...
Day 47 I thought that we had woken up really early the other mornings, but this one took the cake. 4:30am. We quickly packed up, and hopped on the bus. We made our way to one of the highest sand dunes to watch the sun rise. A few of us climbed all the way up in time for the sunrise, but it wasn't easy. The sand was so fine and the dune was so steep that ever step was a struggle. When the sun started to come up, it made it ...
... two stories down the stairs because they knew there was no way they could catch another elevator from that floor.
The VFW posts every night turned out plenty of volunteers to cook and serve us meals! Mostly the VFW staffs are "old" soldiers....some WW2, a lot of Korea and many Vietnam Vets. We were escorted every mile of every day by Vietnam Vet's on motorcycles. The USO meal truck was staffed each day by USO volunteers from the ...
... guys, y'ar beautiful, look at you" and then disappeared back onto the "live" stage!
We called this place Cougarsville and what an amusing evening it was. We couldn't take our eyes off the show that unfolded on the dance floor as various admiring females drifted over to the stage to touch, kiss, cuddle and flirt with the band that wasn't actually playing a single note.
We were in California after all, the state where no one grows ...
... on to Josua Tree National Park, tens of thousands of acres of desert with a wide variety of plants, desert trees, animals (turtles included) flowers etc. Once in Palm Desert the scenery changed to lush manicured vegetation and lots of man made lakes with water from springs and golf courses.
Bob & ...