Vista Grande Resort
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Had a quick breakfast at the hotel & yes when I checked out we had been charged for a movie on 15th ( Peters free 'adult')! We decide to take the scenic route through the Mohave desert, its just desert for miles on small empty roads, there were signs to watch out for tortoises in the road but we didn't see any. We had set the TomTom for Kelso and when we got there it was just a railway station (not sure if it was still used) ...
... at Cathedral Canyon tennis club with 3 new guys: Ken from Kansas City, MO, Roger from Deep Cove, B.C and Vern from Tacoma, WA. I even sported the t-shirt with their club name, one I purchased with my stringing job.
They say Winnipeg is really a city of ten million people with most of them living outside Winnipeg, in places like Cathedral City. As such you can't go anywhere in the world without eventually running into another Winnipegger and boy, did I on this ...
... mozzies at the second campsite (who knows where they were coming from?). Went for a drive and started to notice every second shop was a barber shop, a few massage parlours and lots of food joints supporting their groups. We thought it was a super strange pace until we almost drove into a giant army base by ...
... at the bottom there was a tram leaving so we jumped on quickly, as there was a 20 minute wait for the next one, without really knowing anything about it! Turns out it was a fantastic decision, except in the hurry I'd left my camera in the car, Shirley had left her binoculars for bird spotting and I forgot I don't really like heights and we were going up 8000ft on something that rocked A LOT whenever it went passed the poles holding ...
Leaving about 50kg's of old favourites and much worn clothes winging it's way
back to the Paca in Guatemala we headed to the much acclaimed Palm
Springs Air Museum.
What a place – we started off
wandering around all the recently retired navy and airforce fighter
jets with the top gun music being sung at full decibels, before
heading inside. The tour through and around some of the existing