29 Palms Inn
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29 Palms Inn
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by  11-02-2015
Friends in the San Diego & Los Angeles areas - we are coming to visit you soon!  Together with The City of Twentynine Palms, California and Joshua Tree National Park we will be promoting local tourism again this year in the largest travel trade show series in the U.S. These Travel...
Friends in the San Diego & Los Angeles areas - we are coming to visit you soon!  Together...
Friends in the San Diego & Los Angeles...
Oasis of Mara
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Oasis of Mara
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by 29 Palms Inn  05-02-2015
THE SPIRIT OF MARA Painted by Makoto Hashigami of Tokyo, Japan Dedicated: May 9, 2008 The Oasis of Mara has been the site of life-giving waters for desert animals and humans for thousands of years. Originally a series of springs stretching for nearly a mile across a southern portion of Twentynine...
THE SPIRIT OF MARA Painted by Makoto Hashigami of Tokyo, Japan Dedicated: May 9, 2008 The...
THE SPIRIT OF MARA Painted by Makoto Hashigami...
Joshua Tree National Park
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Joshua Tree National Park
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by Pat Flanagan 03-02-2015
The Joshua Tree National Park is very unique looking as is the desert in general. Probably the most impressive scenery is the gigantic rocks that make up the landscape. In order for these rocks to form you have to combine a multitude of different natural forces such as molten rock and fault lines. Joshua...
The Joshua Tree National Park is very unique looking as is the desert in general. Probably...
The Joshua Tree National Park is very unique...
Faultline Farm
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Faultline Farm
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by 29 Palms Inn  03-02-2015
On Saturday, January 31st we were honored to welcome desert horticulture expert Robert Morris to our Faultline Farm at the 29 Palms Inn! Robert is a professor at the University of Nevada, columnist for the Las Vegas Review Journal and author of the Extremehorticulture blog. To say he knows a thing...
On Saturday, January 31st we were honored to welcome desert horticulture expert Robert Morris...
On Saturday, January 31st we were honored...
Desert Stories by Pat Flanagan
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Desert Stories by Pat Flanagan
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by Pat Flanagan 13-12-2014
The Papago Indians called it, and we echo their thoughts — the desert smells like rain. Even as the humidity rises before the rain, that special smell permeates the air, our nostrils flare, and we can feel the softness of a smile move up into our eyes as our lungs...
The Papago Indians called it, and we echo their thoughts — the desert smells...
The Papago Indians called it, and we echo...
Local Events in the High Desert
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Local Events in the High Desert
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by 29 Palms Inn  13-12-2014
Friday, December 5th 2014 marked the kick-off of the 2nd annual Joshua Tree National Park Art Exposition, an event that celebrates the long-standing tradition between artists and Joshua Tree National Park. This event is centered around a juried art exhibit that showcases art, in all forms, inspired by...
Friday, December 5th 2014 marked the kick-off of the 2nd annual Joshua Tree National Park Art...
Friday, December 5th 2014 marked the kick-off...
Birding
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Birding
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by Pat Flanagan 25-10-2014
October 25th, 2014. Rufous-backed Robin sighting at the 29 Palms Inn ~ Reported by Tom Benson of San Bernardino, California  “After I had made a loop around the property, I found a female-type Summer Tanager drinking at the north edge of the lagoon, but she flew up at my approach. I...
October 25th, 2014. Rufous-backed Robin sighting at the 29 Palms Inn ~ Reported by Tom...
October 25th, 2014. Rufous-backed Robin...
Birding
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Birding
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by Pat Flanagan 22-10-2014
If you drive east from Los Angeles to visit Joshua Tree National Park or come west from Las Vegas you are crossing the Pacific Flyway. It is a major thoroughfare extending from Alaska to Patagonia and covers the deserts (covers California actually), one of the last great open spaces you can see it. See...
If you drive east from Los Angeles to visit Joshua Tree National Park or come west from Las...
If you drive east from Los Angeles to visit...
Desert Stories by Pat Flanagan
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Desert Stories by Pat Flanagan
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by Pat Flanagan 14-10-2014
The tickster. He is a cunning, sly, rule breaker, a teacher of lessons. He is a jokster, a prankster, a shape changer and sometimes the creater of the universe. He is also a varmit, a pet eater, and a chicken stealer. He is coyote – any coyote whether male, female or pup. Native American and First...
The tickster. He is a cunning, sly, rule breaker, a teacher of lessons. He is a jokster, a...
The tickster. He is a cunning, sly, rule...
Desert Stories by Pat Flanagan
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Desert Stories by Pat Flanagan
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by Pat Flanagan 08-10-2014
  Most people know the roadrunner because of the clever shenanigans it has devised over the years to avoid being eaten by Wile. E. Coyote. We all love a rogue and in this case the rogue is truly a cartoon character and bears little resemblance to the real Greater Roadrunner (Geococcyx...
  Most people know the roadrunner because of the clever shenanigans it has devised...
  Most people know the roadrunner...

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