Indio, California: That crazy Grand Dawg of mine hijacked my blog last night! Lisa has him in Doggie Daycare, where he is learning so much - but I had no idea he was smart enough to write and publish a blog. Oops, never-mind. I am smart enough to write and publish a blog.
Ergo, I am as smart as a dog.
The Coachella Music Festival is over. 75,000 people attended the festival at the nearby polo grounds EACH DAY for three days! Now you may understand why the traffic has been so horrible around here?
We finally left the RV resort this morning to return Reese to The Lovely Lisa. This was quite fun because we were able to tour the home she and eight friends had rented for the festival weekend. The girls had been telling us about the gorgeous house and we were anxious to check it out ourownselves.
Next, we drove into Palm Desert to have lunch with my Dad at Sherman's Deli. Dad is leaving tomorrow - heading back to Yuma - and we won't see him for several weeks.
I only ran three miles this morning, so should not have even entered the doors to Sherman's Deli... but I needed a fix. The lunch special today was a Latke Reuben. How could I refuse?
And, dang, we no longer have a dog! My Dad chose the more reasonably-sized French Dip sandwich. No doggie bag required.
You may recall, our talented niece, Carla, is in a movie currently being filmed in Oregon. (See my post from February 10th). The film company has released a teaser for the film on Vimeo. Carla is the young girl appearing at 14 seconds (in the background) and at 22 seconds (falling onto a bed/pillow).
What does this video mean? I have no idea.
I am happy to report The Lovely Lisa and my Guest Columnist are now back in Los Angeles. We will see them again next weekend.
Debbie & Mark came by just after six o'clock to take us to dinner in Old Town La Quinta at one of our favorite spots - Stuft Pizza. Since this was Boston Marathon Monday, Dave retold his Boston Experience from 1980 during dinner. Gee, I wish you were all there for that tale-telling.
Congrats to Ryan & Meb for their great finishes today in Boston.
Until my next update, I remain, your stuft correspondent.
RV Park: Motorcoach Country Club. The nicest RV resort in America. Trust me. The MCCC is a motorcoach-exclusive RV resort. 400 sites - all privately-owned. Sites include 50 amp power on paved sites, water, sewer, cable, wifi and natural gas. Three pools and numerous spas, waterway for electric boats, restaurant, bar, fitness center, three tennis courts. Convenient location. Gorgeous facility.