Monthly Archives: January 2019

Last day in San Diego – Stay Classy

Notice the difference in the photo, not beer but ice cream. The others are more of the usual. We had lunch at a place called Union in San Diego’s Gaslight district. Food was good, but we wanted the ambiance of … Continue reading

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Salton Sea, Borrego Springs, California

We had a beer-less lunch today in a little village called Borrego Springs. We drove from Palm Desert to Temecula in a very round about way, first going south the Salton City and then west through Borrego Desert Park. The … Continue reading

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Joshua Tree again

Joshua Tree National Park protects a unique environment where two environments meet. The Joshua Trees grow in the high desert of the Mojave. As you go downhill, you get into the Colorado Desert biome. The Colorado is a subset of … Continue reading

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Young men are stupid

Next note in my story. This one asked about my first big trip alone.   It was not a good idea, but did it anyway. I had planned to hitchhike to Arizona over spring break with a couple of young … Continue reading

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