La Quinta Old Town Villas
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... ride in search of some of California’s more spectacular sights, knowing Ray won’t be a part of it. I think of all the places we’ve been together – probably 15,000 miles on the road – and it’s hard not to be wistful.
I am deeply appreciative of all Ray taught me during our rides, and I will miss him greatly.
As we pull out of the driveway of our La Quinta home, ...
Walked to the old town to the farmer's markets for breakfast and shopping.
Email and chat with Ellie
Drove to Cahuilla Indian Canyon with picnic lunch. Walked the oasis. Stunning and weird.
Dinner with Cathy and Bob from Olywa at Clementine's.
... primarily for agricultural use in the Coachella Valley, which includes La Quinta.
The Coachella Canal is managed by the Coachella Valley Water District, which supplies water to our home, and sends Sarah and me a $10 water bill every month. This canal runs along holes fourteen through seventeen on the Arnold Palmer Course at PGA West, and is full of both fish and golf balls.
The Coachella Canal’s cut through PGA ...
Everyone always gives a sigh of relief when we hit Lake Cahuilla (near Palm Springs, Indio and La Quinta), our first long stopover in the sunny south! In the four years we have been coming, it has never rained, and the dry desert air, dusty campsites, swaying palm trees and hazy mountains let us know we are ...
... Later, Arlene and Richard, friends of Duane and Stella, arrived for dinner. With them were the visiting Charlotte, Richard’s sister, and her husband Pat. Everyone brought parts of the meal which we ate in the outside living area which overlooks the lake. Richard and Pat tried fishing in the lake, but we had to have the lamb shanks and risotto because they ...