A visit to the Living Desert, Palm Desert, Calif.

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If you happen to be in the Palm Springs area I do recommend a trip to the Living Desert where you can see examples of the various desert habitats' flora and fauna. I also suggest that you get a ticket for the trolley that takes you around allowing you to get on and off at key stops all day long, rather than trekking around in the California heat.

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All comments welcome, thank you.
 
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Heat? It's not hot yet... just come on back in July or August! :tongue: Nice shots... did you enjoy the model train set-up as well? That's one of my favorite parts?.
 

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