Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
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... below 3,000 ft.). In 2013 a flash flood exposed heavy metals from an old mine so a lot of this area was closed to us frail humans. I was limited to driving across the desert. Not much of interest except for a large area of Cholla cacti. Ugly suckers, but I found them to be strangely attractive. Moving into the western portion it becomes the Mojave Desert ( above 3,000 ft.). Much better. Most ...
... in pleased wonder and tell him that I only restrung it last month in fact, and played last month In Winnipeg.' Already intrigued by his questions you could imagine my surprise when he inquired 'the one on Taylor?', meaning 'Taylor Tennis Academy' on Taylor Avenue in Winnipeg.
'How on earth do you know about Taylor? I replied gob-smacked. That's when he extended his right hand forward to shake mine and said 'David M. of Borebank Avenue in River Heights (an area ...
... ready to rumble', Rich asked him if he was all ready after their showers, and he reels of "let's get ready to rumble, get ready, get steady and rumble everybody rumble. Watch us wreck the mic". Poor lad what are we teaching him?!
Rich and Emma sit outside at their picnic table - see we have all the mod cons tonight, and drink an oversized bottle of wine. It's still hot late at night, must still be about 70 ...
... watched and heads full of
dog fight stories we headed out for our last night in Gary before we
headed to LA. We decided as it was supposed to be dry we'd head back
to the hotsprings and just chill.
And chill is just what we did - we chilled our proverbials off! A combination of thin summer blankets which were wet (what Gary leaks?) and freezing temperatures saw us heading very early doors to the metropolis of LA!
... fit in the car. At 200 pesos ($15.50!) how can I resist! We rearrange our luggage (again) and head for the border!
Now if there's one thing I haven't grown to love about Mexico it's there lack of signage and resultant confusion around the government controlled border/port areas. We entered Mexico on the mainland and had all the red tape around importing our car, but on the Baja for some unknown (by me) reason, this procedure is not required. Problem is, ...