Tag Archives: Andreas Canyon

Desert Palms

A visit to Palm Springs this past Saturday meant a bit of hiking at Andreas Canyon, on the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation. The day offered perfect weather, clear blue sky, snow-capped mountains surrounding the area. The creek running through the canyon was rushing, full with water from our recent bout of storms. All in all, […]

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Over and Beyond

A daily Foto Fix taken at Andreas Canyon in Palm Springs on a chilly winter morning, photo inspiring a few words of poetry. ~SueBee Silence broken by hollow footsteps echoing ragged memories carried on the wind over and beyond. ~SueBee

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Morning Ride

Howdy Pardner! How about you’re a cowboy/girl this morning, taking a trail ride to Andreas Canyon in the Palm Springs area? Sounds like a great idea to me. I took this picture a year ago, during a little get-away vacation. I did a lot of hiking and exploring, and had a fabulous time. ~SueBee

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral

Entering this week’s photo challenge, Ephemeral, I thought of California’s drought, and how this tiny creek would soon be dried up. The photo was taken in Andreas Canyon, Palm Springs. ~SueBee

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Andreas Canyon Reminisce

When necessities of life seem to take over and become all-consuming, I grab a few moments, wander through my photos, and lead my mind to places of relaxation. This morning’s reflection is from my end-of-2014 mini vacation to Palm Springs, and a glorious early morning hike in Andreas Canyon. Happy Sunday! ~SueBee

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Hiking Andreas Canyon, Part 2 of 2

Continuing from yesterday’s post at the halfway point, I crossed the footbridge over the creek and started on the path uphill for the return portion of the hike. As I reached the crest, I found the view, past rocky outcroppings, over canyons, and on to mountains miles in the distance, to be spectacular. I was now nearly […]

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Hiking Andreas Canyon, Part 1 of 2

My recent visit to Palm Springs was spent outdoors, hiking various trails, enjoying the glorious desert winter weather. Exploring solo, I’m always careful to stay where other people are, just not too close. I’d inquired at my hotel about best hiking trails and was directed to the Indian Canyons on the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation at the […]

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