Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Postcards from Palm Springs

"The Season" in Palm Springs is in full swing, with scores of snowbirds starting their descent into our fair desert community, just like clock work. Our winter residents come primarily from the Pacific Northwest & Canada, but we do attract some Mid-Westerners too. Of course one of the things I notice right away are the cars with out of state license plate, but the Canadian accents are also fun to hear being spoken up and down Palm Canyon Drive. So why does our little desert community attract so many visitors and winter residents? Checkout these e-cards that I borrowed from Palm Springs.org. Enjoy the show!



-Rick Rockhill

3 comments:

KathyA said...

Looks fantastic to me now and it's not yet cold here!!
Palm Springs is on our 'must visit' list. We'll wait for off-season, though.

Diane J Standiford said...

LOL I used to close accounts for snowbirds all the time, never did I get a post card(and I need one in Seattle!) THANKS!

© Karelian Blonde said...

Looks good! If I win the lottery, I'll be over in a second :)

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