Nurturing Nest Mineral Hot Springs Retreat and Spa
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A few days hanging around waiting for overnight temperatures in Mesa Verde – which is up to 4000 ft higher than Moab - to stabilise above freezing then we can leave Moab.
Mesa Verde (spanish for green table) is not strictly a mesa, but rather a questa as it has 7 deg slope ...
... I think we will go to Southwest even though its probably 40 kms away in Palm Desert.
On Christmas Day Bob played golf in the regular men's league and then we went two doors down to the home of Rick and Darlene who are from Duncan BC. Darlene cooked a turkey, along with brussel sprouts, potatoes, carrots, stuffing and cranberry sauce and I brought my spinach/goat cheese salad and broccoli ...
... the canyon yesterday and decided we were armatures in the hiking world who also happened to be recovering from very sore body parts, so Matt sent us up a less steep slope.
We had a bit of a walk to get to the start of the dune. I left my shoes in the car (I made the poor choice to not carry my backpack and just my camera instead), so Beth (who wore shoes) had a much easier walk to the dune than I did. Do remember that nothing good comes from any of ...
Two days ago the weatherman gave a glimmer of hope that the cold windy weather was to subside. So how better to take advantage of decent weather but to take a field trip?
Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve is located approximately 16 miles southeast of the RV park. Many of those miles are in uncharted territory, at least we haven't traveled them. We head to the southeast on Dillon Road passing the funky looking but well stocked Blairs Landing ...
... through water. It spans Berrego Springs Road with the last segment of the "animal" flattening out- its tail has rattles like a rattle snake. It is spectacular!
We then head over to Anza Berrego State Park Visitor Center. It is built into a hillside so it is invisible from the parking lot. It sports a botanical garden containing native plants....... and fish!
What the? Pup fish are the only fish in these parts that can live in salt or brackish water that ...