|Huge Forest of Giant Wind Turbines Near
Palm Springs In Southern California
Palm Springs is about 120 miles southeast of Los Angeles. In touring various points of interest in southeast
California in the last week of October 2006, when we were traveling on Interstate Highway 10 or on Highway
62 near Palm Springs, we were delightfully surprised to see a huge forest of modern gigantic wind turbines
spreading over very large areas at San Gorgonio Pass as shown on this web page.
Map: Click here to see Google Map showing Highway 10 and Highway 62 near Palm Springs
Huge area of modern windmill farm near Palm Springs in southern California
It was an absolutely wonderful experience for me to see such huge array of towers of gigantic wind turbines
spreading over such big areas at San Gorgonio Pass to generate electric power from the wind, a sustainable
renewable energy source.
Our 2-week trip from October 26 to November 10, 2006 is a large loop in southeast California, western Arizona
and southern Nevada starting at Los Angeles and ending at Los Angeles. The sequence of Point-Of-Interest in
this 2-week trip is the following:
Los Angeles --> Palm Springs (4 days for touring Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, Wind Turbine Farm, Jenks
Lake, Sonny Bono Salton Sea National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), Joshua Tree National Park and Morongo Birding
Areas) --> Anza Borrego State Park --> Imperial Valley (Painted Gorge, Imperial National Wildlife Refuge,) -->
Cibola NWR --> Havasu NWR and London Bridge --> Laughlin, NV (near Bullhead City, Arizona) --> Scenic
Highway 68, Scenic Highwayway 93, Hoover Dam --> Las Vegas --> Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada,
Mount Charleston, Scenic Highway 158, Hemenway Park --> Class Reunion in Las Vegas (Lake Mead Cruise,
Red Rock National Recreational Area) --> Los Angeles
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How I use information age technologies to enhance my enjoyment greatly of sightseeing large driving tour loop
of thousands of miles and of one to two weeks in duration covering many Points of Interest is described on my
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