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Janelle // Borrego Springs

//Last month I planned a Girl’s weekend out in Borrego Springs, which is becoming one of my favorite places to escape to. I rented a house and invited some of my favorite ladies to get away with me and relax…and also said I’d be up for doing some fun shoots while we were there. 352 more words

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Christina // Borrego Springs

//Last month I planned a Girl’s weekend out in Borrego Springs, which is becoming one of my favorite places to escape to. I rented a house and invited some of my favorite ladies to get away with me and relax…and also said I’d be up for doing some fun shoots while we were there. 391 more words

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Font's Point

Font’s Point was named for Father Pedro Font, official chaplain and diarist on Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza’s expeditions of 1775-76, who described the scene as “the sweepings of the earth”.   20 more words

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Sandstone Canyon

A popular off-road destination in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is Sandstone Canyon, accessed via Fish Creek Wash from its intersection with Split Mountain Road.  The canyon walls get increasingly closer together as you make your way up the canyon.

Links:  Dirtopia    ABDSP

California

Finally Realizing the Dream - Motorcycle Camping - Well, ok, Glamping...

Back in August 2015, I purchased a GS.  It was a step closer to the dream of touring and m/c camping.  In January of this year, I was able to test the m/c camping waters by “glamping” just outside… 758 more words

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Scorpion Versus Grasshopper

One of my favorite Ricardo Breceda sculptures is “scorpion versus grasshopper”.   Who do you think would win?  These are but two of the 140 sculptures on display at Galleta Meadows in Borrego Springs.

Links:    Ricardo Breceda    Serpent post

California

The Slot

One of my favorite spots in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is “The Slot”, a small slot canyon that is about 2 miles north of the 78.   50 more words

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