Friday, November 8, 2013

a postcard from the california desert...

We are spending a few days at our favorite oasis in the desert...
before continuing the final leg of the journey to the finish line.

How nice to meet up with friends here as well!
We had dinner together last night...
Kathy, Anneliese and I...
and our hubbies.
How quickly the hours slipped by!

Today we will float down the lazy river...
read a book or two...
and enjoy the sunshine.
The expected high for today is 30 degrees Celsius...
and I can handle that.

Have a wonderful weekend!


  1. Beautiful! Enjoy that lazy river ride!

  2. What fun to imagine you all on a lazy river ride today. I can't think of anything much more relaxing.

  3. Ooh, the temperature and the lazy river ride certainly caught my attention. Enjoy!

  4. Looks and sounds so nice! Glad you all connected!

  5. You ladies really make me think that Palm Springs needs to be on our bucket list! How wonderful that you could all meet up together there! You all look relaxed and glowing - enjoy!

  6. Looks wonderful and great to meet up with friends along the way :)

  7. When I read that Anneliese was going to be in Palm Springs I wondered if you guys would be able to spend some vacation time together; looks like you're all having fun!

  8. Glad you are getting to enjoy So Cal climate!
    Safe travels :-)


  9. Your postcards are terrific Judy! It looks like you have had a wonderful fall holiday! Safe travels as you head north ...

  10. Oh, that temperature sounds so nice to me Judy. What a great time you are having! Enjoy the rest of your journey. Blessings, Pam

  11. How perfect that you could meet up ! It sounds like a wonderful vacation .. and yes. 30 degrees is very nice !

  12. What a special place to wrap up your memorable trip, and what fun people to spend time with. The picture of the three ladies is a pretty picture!

  13. Now that looks like the ideal place to wrap up your trip. Even better to share it with friends.
    Lovely photos!


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