PS, I Love You!

PalmSprings outdoors (7)Palm Springs is fabulous in the summer, and honestly, I can’t wait to go back again… in the fall, winter, spring! It was just a tad HOT when Kat and I took a one night getaway to PS recently. We heard the temp reached 117 during our visit. I’m guessing, though, once you get past 100, it’s all the same “find shade and cooling misters” type of heat. We quickly spotted a place for brunch with an outdoor, shaded patio where we cooled off, however slightly. We then hit the pavement with thoughts of touring a few boutiques. That idea melted fast, but, in spite of the heat, we did manage to get a quintessential Forever Marilyn photo! Mark your calendar, she’s only staying in town until November.

As we made our first turn onto a back street, we discovered an idea better than burning up our tires. The Palm Springs Art Museum! What a fantabulous place to spend the afternoon, enjoying great exhibits and coolness. Ahhhhh, coolness! I’ll show you some photos taken at the Art Gallery in another post – I’m having difficulty narrowing down the selection! Let me say, though, it’s a stunning museum with an open, airy space and great lighting.

Below you’ll find a gallery of our brief tour around Palm Springs. We were happy to catch some great lighting on the spectacular mountains. Next trip, when it’s cooler, we hope to get shots of the dunes and perhaps some desert wildlife. If you haven’t been to Palm Springs, I highly recommend a visit. It’s not far from most points in SoCal, has a vibrant nightlife, great clubs, a welcoming LGBT community, the famous Golf courses, luxury spas and resorts…. ~SueBee

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2 Comments on “PS, I Love You!”

  1. Melanie
    Sep 25, 2013 at 10:37 pm #

    I have been a few times with Don. Too damn hot for me!

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