Palm Springs Tennis Club
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... among them. The park also has a variety of wildlife including bighorn sheep, coyotes, tortoises and roadrunners ( beep,beep). But all I saw was a jackrabbit. Maybe they were all busy getting irradiated over in the closed-off areas. I must give kudos to California. If you stay away from the cities and people, the state has many fine parks and some great scenery. And no natural disasters befell me. ...
... which he restrung my racquet whilst telling me a few more tales of growing up in Wpg. When he was done and only after he set the strings just right he said 'the very first hit of the ball will make the synthetic strings set and you want to get all the strings set up just right to take that first hit'. Here was a craftsman of the first order, of the art of stringing a racquet like none I had ever seen and I've been playing tennis for over 40 years.
... at the bottom there was a tram leaving so we jumped on quickly, as there was a 20 minute wait for the next one, without really knowing anything about it! Turns out it was a fantastic decision, except in the hurry I'd left my camera in the car, Shirley had left her binoculars for bird spotting and I forgot I don't really like heights and we were going up 8000ft on something that rocked A LOT whenever it went passed the poles holding ...
... to find us and left a long
trail of chocolate droppings around the truck. It seems to be harder
to convince the squad these days that the cute little bunny we saw
hopping around the night before was producer of the multi coloured
foiled chocolates and the questions of “ if they do lay the eggs
how do they make the chocolate rabbits” is a bit of a show stopper.
Quickly brushing ...
... br> Wow, it seems weird to be here. No more 'Topes' and the 'rules of the road' are once again in effect! Driving does seem rather tame in comparison, although we are nowhere near any traffic right now. We are heading for the 'Salton Sea', the largest lake in California (twice as big as Lake Tahoe), didn't exist until 1905 when a flood caused the Colorado river to flow into this area hich is over 200 ft. below sea level. Many people started to ...