When I was about to get out of Palm Springs, I overheard the most adorable conversation – a couple wanted to know where they could go visit the San Andreas fault. Apparently they thought that it was the Grand Canyon. It actually does make sense, in a way.
I’m already tired of hearing of the French elections and all the petty squabbling everyone in every single party is getting into. Even the communists are in a fight with someone because they’d like to present a unified left (but not PS) candidate with the ecologists but some other party from the left doesn’t want to. And this isn’t the official election stuff, this is the “primaries”… since when do we have such public primaries? Must we always adopt the worst habits from other countries?
I still had some work to finish on my holiday so I did a Target run for refuelling purposes. The Halloween stuff was already out and it made me so happy! And now you can get goldfish snacks in around 15 flavours – what a world we live in! (I must say that I went for a savoury flavour, although the vanilla cupcake flavour sound promising)
I drove down from LAX to Palm Springs in the middle of the night (for me, i.e. 10pm) and I had expected much worse from the rumours that go around of how the driving around LA is. The real shock came when I realised that I would really have to drive to get anywhere – the heat and lack of easily accessible and pleasant sidewalks weren’t all that fun.
Today I’m breaking my own rules a bit – a collage! Mainly because I couldn’t edit the photos well enough for a 4×3 format, nothing fit. In any case, with these photos we’re off to California for a bit, on that trip I took in the second half of September.