Tram in Palm Springs, California

Palm Springs from on high, where you can….

Out & About

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….ride the tram from sea level to 8,000 feet above sea level.

Tram in Palm Springs, California

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….see forever, or at least as far as Mount Charleston, 175 miles away near Las Vegas. Unfortunately, clear days are few and far between due to the Southern California smog, but you can see the beauty directly below you.

Tram in Palm Springs, California

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Palm Springs, California from the top of Mount San Jacinto

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….enjoy the view with the squirrels.

Squirrel at the top of Mount San Jacinto in Palm Springs, California

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….tell which way the wind blows.

Mount San Jacinto State Park in Palm Springs, California

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…find lots of picture-taking opportunities in Mount San Jacinto State Park.

Mount San Jacinto State Park

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Mount San Jacinto State Park in Palm Springs, California

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Mount San Jacinto State Park in Palm Springs, California

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When you get home and become sad and depressed that you are no longer in Palm Springs, you can take some of your pictures to Photoshop and have a little fun.

Mount San Jacinto State Park in Palm Springs, California

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Mount San Jacinto State Park in Palm Springs, California

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Mount San Jacinto State Park in Palm Springs, California

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Mount San Jacinto State Park in Palm Springs, California

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If I didn’t live in San Diego, I’m pretty sure I’d live in Palm Springs. In fact, if my 1993 journey to San Diego from College Station, Texas, via Fargo/Seattle/Portland/Sacramento/San Francisco/Los Angeles had taken me to Palm Springs, I’m willing to bet I never would have made it to San Diego. Palm Springs would have been my new home.

Welcome to Palm Springs

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La Mesa to Palm Springs

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