I will have more pictures of the park later but these are a couple Ed took. The park is built around a canal and there are geese and ducks everywhere. I sat down on a bench and these 2 were on the other side. They came across and started walking up to me. I think they wanted fed.
Ed saw this t-shirt and asked if he could take a picture of it.
|Ed says this is the way he feels|
The neat thing about this was we had to take the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway to get there. The video we saw said this is the 8th wonder of the the world. It has the “world’s largest rotating tram cars.” It is a 10 minute, 2 1/2 mile trip and it starts at an elevation of 2,643 feet and takes you to an elevation of 8,516 feet. The cost with our senior discount was $21 each and considering we are in California and everything is expensive, I didn’t think this was a bad price.
|looking up you will see another platform, it was almost like |
being on a Disney ride
|This is in the tram looking back at the station|
|As one tram goes down it pulls the other tram up|
When you get to the top you are in an Alpine wilderness with a couple feet of snow. Kids were sledding and building snowmen.
|Looks like I was playing in the snow|
|They said the kids weren't cold|
|The view was fantastic|
|They really pack you in|
|When you see them there are always so many|
This was just one section
|These things are gigantic|
Notice the trucks at the bottom
HAPPY TRAILS! ED and LYN