What’s on Our Desert Bookshelf? Part I: 20 Cheap Paperbacks

One of our hobbies we enjoy is browsing museum gift shops and
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Victorville and Route 66: 7th Street meets D Street, and the year
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As of March 2020, the Cabot Pueblo Museum is temporarily closed to
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There once was a time at least 2,000 years ago, when the
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The fearless explorers walk along the trail. Quiet. Ever on the lookout
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“A visible reminder today of St. Boniface in Banning, California, is the
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The creation of the Cabazon dinosaurs began in the 1960s by Knott’s Berry Farm sculptor and portrait artist Claude K. Bell (1897–1988) to attract customers to his Wheel Inn Restaurant, which opened in 1958 and closed in 2013.

“The dinosaurs aren’t dead and they never will be,” Bell’s daughter, Wendy Murphy of Costa Mesa, said. “He wanted to build a monument that would withstand the sands of time, and he has done that…”

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