It was big and round
My home inspection today was over in Palm Springs:
I work throughout Southern California’s ten counties, but of all the non-San Diego County locations where I’ve done home inspections, Palm Springs is my favorite. It’s a playground for the rich, the famous, and the home inspector.
After the inspection, Jim and I went to the Palm Springs Tramway. We had not been there since they renovated it several years ago.
At the top are views of forever. On a clear day, you can see 175 miles, but just a couple of miles below is the Coachella Valley in all its glory. Palm Springs:
The Palm Springs Tramway has the world’s largest rotating cars, holding up to 80 people (plus the car operator), and takes you on a
10-minute ride over 2½ miles, climbing in elevation from 2,643 feet above sea level to 8,516 feet above sea level. The 5,873 feet gained in elevation in 2½ miles makes it one of the longest and highest elevation gain tramways in the world.
Looking for real estate services in San Diego County?
I can highly recommend
James Frimmer, Realtor
Century 21 Award, DRE #01458572
If you’re looking for a home inspector,
I recommend Russel Ray — that’s me!