Pioneertown and Palm Springs California

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We are back from an entirely too short, though very relaxing, weekend in Palm Springs. We are so fortunate to have a family member who owns a home there and allows us to go and use it whenever we want. As to be expected, it was hot, very, very hot. We spent most of our days camped out in the AC, watching cable television (such a luxury, since we got rid of ours earlier this year!), swimming in the pool, and dining out.

While we were out there we explored Pioneertown, a fun little town about 45 minutes from where we were staying that was built in the 1940s to be used in Western films. Lucy wasn’t all that interested in it, but Russ and I had fun. We made up for her lack of interest with a giant¬†bowl of mac and cheese from Pappy and Harriets.

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2 thoughts on “Pioneertown and Palm Springs California

  1. Ashley P

    Your Southwestern lifestyle is such a fun sight for my New England eyes! And, your daughter’s pint-size squaw/patio dress is the bee’s knees. I never was much attracted to them for myself, but I had no idea they existed in kid sizes and I’m IN LOVE with the look! Gotta find one for my girl now.

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