Marriott's Desert Springs Villas I
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It's mid - winter and very snowy here in New Hampshire. Our snowplow driver and the winter sports enthusiasts are ecstatic. The snowstorms don't bring us to a standstill like in the northeastern cities. I'm six weeks out from the last chemo and the February 9 snowstorm coincided with my Boston appointments. I was not about to miss seeing my …
... snow on the ground, but was a beautiful clear day.</b>[ <b style="font-size: 13px; line-height: 1.22;">Our last stop of the day was at the Palm Springs Air Museum. The airplane museum contains one of the world's largest collections of flying WWII airplanes. We had an hour docent led tour of the facility. </b> <b> </b> ...
... to hide their ill-gotten gains (but mainly horses and cattle). Headed to Peppers ( the fantastic Thai restaurant ) for yet another fantastic meal. We will certainly miss this place. The chef is apparently 70 years old and Thai. We probably have stumbled on one of the best Thai restaurants in the world. DAY FOUR PALM DESERT We decided to just relax at the hotel today. We booked a 90 min spa each to try and ease our aching muscles. ...
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As I eluded to our departure from El Cajon was sad but also so special. Denis calls it a very long mile from the garage door of Jess's to the street and motorhome-- really not a mile more like 100 yards maybe but you get the idea. Anyway, he doesn't look back but I always do till they are out of sight. This time we are just about pulling away and Denis sees in the mirror the three of them (Jess, Talia, and Chloe) heading up ...
... it too, it just made sense that that was the perfect way to get to the opposite side of the house in the fastest way possible. Come Christmas morning, we would all gather around the tree in the pj's/sweaters (all hand-made by mom) and open our gifts. After we kids would play with one another's toys and until dinner was made and then our great big family of 15-20 people would make our way to the table and eat this grand Italian dinner that my Grandma would put ...