Nurturing Nest Mineral Hot Springs Retreat and Spa
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... them tourists like us sightseeing on this beautiful winter afternoon. All along the sidewalk is the Walk of Stars with the Hollywood stars, local dignitaries and other famous personalities honoured with an embedded star. To me this is the quintessential Palm Springs.
Dad’s 92nd birthday. I called and we talked for quite a while about his lunch plans with the family and brought him up to date on what we had been doing here. He has been ...
... The Maze, a 30 sq mile puzzle in sandstone where orientation is very difficult to maintain in its jumble of 600 ft deep canyons. Here Horseshoe Canyon contains some of North America's most significant Rock Art. The Great Gallery contains life size figures left by hunter-gatherers over 2000 years ago. Artefacts found here have been dated ...
... up camping for the night. the site was about ten miles from the interstate so it was peaceful and in the middle of nowhere. A couple of other intrepid (foolhardy) folk had pitched tent but there were a lot of camper vans - at least 15, so we wouldn't be completely alone. as we were going in, a huge camper van pulled in ahead of us - this guys gets out and comes over - "are you the camp host?" he asks we explained we were just staying the night, and ...
... league. As I came off the course I saw Nibs with a helium balloon tied to his collar and Bob standing there grinning behind the 9th green. As I finished the hole and came around the corner to the barbeque/table area I saw three or four other balloons, a basket of flowers and a big chocolate cake! Bob was handing out pieces to the golfing ladies and everyone sang me Happy Birthday. The ladies were ...
... but it sure was a weird feeling.
Traveling another 6 miles we turn south on to 1000 Palms Canyon Road and soon arrive at our destination, the Thousand Palms Oasis Preserve. The asphalt entrance driveway soon turns to, wait for it, tire popping potholes and sharp edged rocks not quite the size of boulders. We tippy tow around the largest hazards and park. Boy, these people are really serious about preserving the wilderness around here!