The Desert Star
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... parking area. Will had heard our stories about the sledging at White Sands so we gave him the lid of the cooler to try, Belle wasn't keen on us stopping so after we all climbed up the first dunes she was ready to leave but then Peter called us over to a really steep dune and where one side had been in the shade it was really cool and damp underfoot and so then we couldn't get them away - they rolled, crawled and ran down the ...
Palm Springs farmers market rotates 3 times a week between P.S., La Quinta and Palm Desert. Today we were at Palm Springs and were joined by my mom and dad. Many, many healthy food choices, cheese mongers and even a lavender farmer.
Afterward Gin and I were off to the 2014 Modernism Week Vintage Trailer Show where we saw what was the first appearance of small fibreglass trailers (Scamps, Pacific Pacers, and bolers - just ...
... pretty low, catching up emails and even genealogy research AND watching TV. This is big for us who do not have a TV in our motorhome. We have however done a little something each day. Let's see:
Saturday -- visited a wonderful museum here in Indio -- Coachella Valley Historical Museum and Cultural Center -- free admission because it was the first weekend in the month -- great docent gave us lots of information and then we wandered the grounds ...
... ready to rumble', Rich asked him if he was all ready after their showers, and he reels of "let's get ready to rumble, get ready, get steady and rumble everybody rumble. Watch us wreck the mic". Poor lad what are we teaching him?!
Rich and Emma sit outside at their picnic table - see we have all the mod cons tonight, and drink an oversized bottle of wine. It's still hot late at night, must still be about 70 ...
... Such fun to see the family again after half a year! Albert and I played paddle-tennis at Muscle Beach in Venice. Despite squash-practice for the last few winters with the red baron I still got my @ss kicked. It was great fun though. Apart from that Venice beach is full of junkies and homeless people these days, a different world from when we visited this place four years ago. No clue if it is due to the medicinal ...