I need new Cabazon pictures. The only ones I have are when Niles was 2-yrs-old. He will be 11 soon so maybe we will go tomorrow. Tomorrow is New Years Eve 2011 and we should get a picture while he is still 10.
New Years Day is going to be a balmy 80 degrees Fahrenheit. I love it when we have a few warmer days in the winter. We throw open the windows and air the house out while enjoying short sleeves and shorts.
Sometime next week we are going to the Orange Empire Railway Museum. This place holds lots of great memories for me. Of course, I will turn it into a Squidoo lens. The best thing about it is that it is about 10 miles away and always a fun adventure.
We are buying the year passes for Knott's. That means we can go everyday if we want to but Mr. Wonderful is excited about the chicken dinner. This also gets us into the three water parks. The one in Palm Springs is where we will probably go since there is less traffic going to Palm Springs than there is to Buena Park.
All of this reminded me that Knott's Berry Farm is an old friend. We starting going in 1953 when we move to Los Angeles County. There is so much to write about and I'm not sure where it will go but since I just started, it should be fun.
After two days of a hard frost, all the leaves fell off the tree today. There are still some hanging on the Liquid Amber but the Mulberry trees have no leaves at all. Good thing I got my husband a leaf blower for his birthday yesterday. It's beautiful today and much warmer outside than it is in the house. I can see Mount Baldy from my window.
It is time for our annual pilgrimage to the Mission Inn. The lights are lit and it is always magical with the lights, music and people. We have promised the boy ice skating for three years now so we'll see. Riverside is so close that this is a really fun event. Check out their website for more information.
What a surprise to find that my California Citrus page on Squidoo is considered a lensmaking tip. I was not the one to find it, another squidooer found it and posted it on FaceBook. It is quite an honor.
Major damage all over Southern California but we were spared this time. Still haven't fixed the awing from the last time. However, we have no access to the side yard. 16 feet of tumbleweeds piled 10 feet high fill the area and it will take hours to remove them. We can no longer see our neighbor's house and it is less than 10 feet away. Our driveway is blocked by the tumbleweeds. This is great because I can update my "Tumbleweed" lens on Squidoo with new pictures. I can't wait for my neighbor to try to go out her front door. I have great pictures of that too.