Welk Resort Palm Springs - Desert Oasis
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Have met some interesting people including our neighbours, Alaska and Calgary; a man who teaches a course in bird watching at the University of California; a great golf partner who's parents are from Mexico.
The latter was going home after our round to celebrate Rosca de Reyes. The event marks the arrival of the three wise men at Jesus' manger. The event is celebrated in ...
... at but more impressive was the guttural sound it made both accelerating and decelerating. We were not in Kansa anymore.
At home we cooked up our new years dinner accompanied by a very nice bottle of Prosecco. Both the lemon and the green leaves on the plate are from the tree pictured above. Fun fact - lemon trees have very sharp thorns which one does not see when picking leaves and fruit in the dark :(
... from RCi. Our unit is within a gated community and there are many private homes within the complex. There are also many speed bumps! What a pain! Our unit is a 2 bedroom condo. It has been all updated and is clean and comfortable. The Indian Palms Golf Course winds it's way around the community. After getting moved in, we go to the nearby WalMart to get our supplies for the next 6 nights. We are back and ready to relax by 6:30. We are looking forward to being in one place for a few ...
... 4:15. This is great for two reasons. First, I'll avoid the worst of the heat. And second, by leaving early, I may beat Ray home. He has more than 535 miles to go, and I have "only" 275. Edge in the "who's-gonna-make-it home-first" contest goes to me.
I'm on US-60, riding west for 50 miles or so, mostly in the dark. It's a very boring road; not a turn to be had. But I can see forever, thanks in part to a new LED headlight I ...