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Old 04-07-2018, 05:11 PM   #75097
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Well today we took the Palm Springs tram to the top of the mountain and hiked around a bit , the views we're spectacular. We could see all the way to the Sultan sea , and to the top of San Jacinto mountain at over 10,000 ft .

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Awesome Jeff an Marcia!!!
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Old 04-07-2018, 05:43 PM   #75098
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That is great! Happy Birthday to your DGD. Canít use your own horse?
No POP, soooooo.....


We're in AL. horse is in AR. No pop.
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We're in AL. horse is in AR. No pop.


Oh well, PoP of kiddos would be great!
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R U an RV Mutant too?

Show us yore bacin! Or whatever yore breakfast may be.
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And grits.
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Another astounding comment.
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Today was this, Mac loves them but Boko won't eat it (that's true for anything that is similar to bread).
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We had left over B-day cake and got on road before 8am.
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It all looked or sounded yummie, folks!
Now, Wayne, can you be just a tad more descriptive?
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Another astounding comment.
It was breakfast - "nothing!"

I couldn't find the picture of the kimono opening.

Oh Lord! I just realized that Eez Moose is from Canada and his name is Dennis.

Are y'all twins up there? Dennis, Dennis and Dennis. It's going to get confusing folks. We need to identify them by number. Dennis 1, Dennis 2 and Dennis the Tur....er 3rd.
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And grits.
Mmmm-mmmmm, grits!

We're parked near a restaurant that serves breakfast all day ... except that you can't get grits after 11:30. Pffft!
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Dave wanted pics & got some spectacular ones. Bacon, even! No bacon here today & no pics of boiled eggs & toast.

I will, however, throw in my more modest travel pics.

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We are parked in Lordsburg and drove the car up to Silver City yesterday, about 40 miles, over the continental divide at 6355'. RV parks are there, but we didn't check them out.

The town is very proud of its murals, and they are everywhere, in various styles and materials. The one above is in the little plaza downtown.

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There is a thriving art community in town, so there are galleries all over. This one is across from Vickie's Eatery where we had lunch.

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Along The Big Ditch spring has sprung where shelter & abundant water encourage it.

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A long mosaic mural is being installed & landscaped along the upper walk. This one tells the story of the flood that created The Big Ditch. I won't put in the whole thing, but here's a taster.

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Sue out. 🤘
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