So after three weeks of dry camping we’re just outside of Palm Springs at Catalina Spa and Resort. FHU stands for full hook up and having the dump option on site, no generator, and water for the shower is nice.
Per the pic camping with a little less than 500 other rigs is different than what we’ve been doing. But it’s fun doing the morning walk and looking at all the diesel pushers (no we’re not moving up).
The continuation of the big sky views are awesome as was the hike up Tahquitz canyon to the waterfalls. Hike was supposed to be moderate. It was moderately under rated in arduousness. But we ignored the warning and like Dora said “We Did It, We Did It,
Had dinner with George and Linda Dalman, Annas in-laws and had fun comparing notes on our kids.
The opulence of Palm Springs is readily apparent when you go downtown. All the stars names in the sidewalks and a larger than Mickey statue of Marilyn Monroe let you know this place is upscale.
On the other end of the economic scale we have Mr. nap taker.
The food and drinks will leave lasting memories.
Thursday night streetscape was more opulent than Holland. Typical the guys waiting in the penalty box and the girls doing what they they do best.
We took the tram up to the top of the hill and did a hike on slippery ice and snow. The views were breathtaking as was the elevation. The Jeffrey tree pine was supposed to have a unique smell, but Mickey couldn’t place it. Best place so far for our picnic lunch.
On monday google maps said 5.3 to Morro Bay but with L A traffic it took us over 8 hours.