Shadow Mountain Resort and Club
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... in Yucca Valley our next stop was at Cabot's Pueblo Museum in Desert Hot Springs. The house was built as a Hopi Indian Pueblo in honor of the Indian people. Cabot Abram Yerxa (1883-1965) a homesteader in Coachella Valley self-built the house. The city of Desert Hot Springs owns the museum.
Our last stop of the day was at Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve & San Andreas Fault. The Palms growing in the oasis are the Fan Palm, ...
... Desert. Lots of water on golf courses, River at the shopping center. Geese and ducks everywhere. Amazing! Water apparently comes from wells. Dinner was very good (and inexpensive). Guy, Celine, and Jane all had "authentic" Italian pizzas, which were excellent. Ed had meat loaf, also excellent. Our last night with our Canadian friends. Tomorrow, off the Vegas!
... orange groves, table grape vineyards, lettuce patches and dead-straight rows of some unknown green stuff just beginning to sprout...this is very verdant country!
Tomorrow we are off to the desert, one of our favorite spots...meanwhile, the sun continues to shine and the mockingbirds sing (well, Brian doesn't think it sounds like singing!)...life is good!
T & D ...
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 ...
Numerous people were "pushed" by stronger riders placing their hand at the base of the back of the slower rider giving an up hill push. I myself must have looked like I needed that at least once in a while because on one occasion I gratefully received one of those up hill pushes.
In Ventura we stayed in a 14 story hotel with slow elevators and everyone leaving at the same time. At one floor, John, a cerebral palsy victim, ...