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From Pinnacles, I drove south to L.A. along US101/US1. A lot of nice ocean views, but I didn't stop to dip my toes. At L.A. I creeped straight across the city on the parking lot known as interstate 10. A couple of hours of good, clean fun. Eventually I reached my last Nat. Park in the state, Joshua Tree N.P.. The park includes parts of two different deserts. I started in the east which is the ...
... a regular guest, and there is a shaded bench up on the ridge where he spent many hours contemplating great things. I felt smarter just sitting there!
Across the valley to the North (through the wind farm) lies the gateway to the High Desert and the Joshua Tree National Park. This 3,000 sq km unique piece of Heaven on Earth is once again high up on a plateau above the desert.
Named for a yucca-type tree which only grows locally, this park features giant boulders and ...
... era, nothing has been touched. The hotel however, is incredibly modern and chic, perfect blend. It has a great outdoor pool with a fire pit that is lit after dark. OK so Palm Springs....fabulous darling, is all I can say. Amazing atmosphere day and night, people are friendly, food is brilliant (steak house, American cuisine to Greek and Mexican) cheap drinks (finally) and great little clubs hidden off the main road. The town has a feel of old Spanish towns, two storey ...
... great coordinators. The entire wedding process was directed professionally!
That evening we had a barbecue at the haciendas where the families and friends could mingle and get to know each other. Rich & Jenny are blessed with a wonderful group of friends...it's more their CA family than friends!
Next.....the WEDDING DAY!
Love to all,
... enjoy the adventure. I am not however, endorsing gladiator sandals while hiking in the wilderness!
The Tram ride took about 15 minutes to get to the top and i must say it was a bit precarious and certainly not for those fearful of heights, but the view in my opinion was well worth the trip. Once on top, the temperature dropped from a baking 115 degrees to a comfortable 78. The grounds were lush with streams and thick forest with several hiking ...