Indian Canyons, Palm Springs CA

It has been way too long since I’ve walked a distance in the peace and calm of nature. Indian Canyons was an experience of a lifetime and rather than write about it I believe that the best way to share my feeling are through photo’s. Enjoy

About SimpleLivingOver50

At 53 years old I am starting to realize how life changes both physically and emotionally. I strive for a life of simplicity. I am winning the battle with type II diabetes, created a plan to have all debt paid off in 4 years including the house, taking advantage of every opportunity to live life to it's fullest through adventures in nature, hiking, biking, loving and learning.
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15 Responses to Indian Canyons, Palm Springs CA

  1. Happy you are enjoying the trip. Looks so dreamy!

  2. ohiocook says:

    Beautiful Country!

  3. jay says:

    nice! How great to be out and about during the winter months. Always changes my mood and outlook.

  4. New Journey says:

    Beautiful……I love the Palm springs area….we looked at houses in Indio , another one of my favorite places,,,glad your having a wonderful time….your about 3 hours from my place….xxkat

  5. geekkat says:

    It is so beautiful there. The pics are great!!

  6. kkeevins says:

    Ahhhhhh. Relaxing just to view your pictures. I’m in NY and hunkering down from the blizzard outside. (Good times…) Your pictures are exquisite, Bill, and a welcomed break from my current “situation.” 🙂
    Enjoy every minute!

  7. eucalypttree says:

    What amazing photos! Looks like a fabulous place to be.

  8. Hi Sir, watching your photos, reminding me the landscapes of my most fave movies, new wild West genre that full of history & legends, they all were true. Johnny Depp’s Lone Ranger, Young Guns 1 & 2, Geronimo. Not really true but I believe the realities at those times may not far from the circumstances/backgrounds projected in the movies. All the histories, realities, integrity, value, lessons & legacies left for us & the generations after. I do learn about your country & learn about life from those movies. And now I also see that landscape & the giant cactus in my kids fave movies Diego’s Nickelodeon! Cheers from tropical country.

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