Cimmaron Golf Resort
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... Joshua Tree and Salton Sea in one long day); saw two movies - Wild and Selma - both excellent; had several meals out in steak house, Indian buffer and Mexican restaurants; rode the Tram Way (or Jim and Sue did, I demurred my fear of heights coming into play) and played several rounds of golf.
Jim MacGregor was with us last week ...
... the book. It was excellent, very funny and I would highly recommend you go see it if you have the chance. We have one more film to see tomorrow night and then unfortunately the festival is finished. The experience makes me want to go to Toronto to take in the festival held there each year.
... we had ever been to. Prices were as outrageous as you would expect - Parmesan cheese three times the price of Nicastro's. We choose a couple of salmon fillets. They too were expensive but delicious.
As mentioned this was our first experience at Whole Foods. It is not a place I will hurry back to. In addition to the expense we have never witnessed so many people with a sense of entitlement as frequented this store. Their noses were so high ...
... the heck we are doing here (although the thought did cross my mind!) I am thankful for the amazing adventures I have had over the past 7 months while on my leave... the beautiful places I have seen, the friends and family I have had the opportunity to visit with/travel with, and the freedom to do, or not do, pretty much what I wanted. I know how fortunate I am and want to thank everyone for coming along for the journey.
... Feeling incredibly full we head back to the house, a very relaxing day :) 2) Today we woke up to yet again more smokey sky and cooler temperatures due to the local forest fires, which have now spread to over 19,000 acres. We decided to use this to our advantage and head to Joshua Tree national park. The park was encompassed with boulders and cactus plants, looking as though we had gone back ...