I am extremely busy in my “day job” this week, around the ranch. So I am dreaming of a leisurely get away. This travel poster, circa 1935, is from the Library of Congress collection:
Santa Catalina Dreaming
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I grew up in the Coachella Valley; my parents were "heavy earthwork" contractors, mostly building government projects, so I spent a lot of time on the back roads of the West. I'm a graduate of Vassar College (history major) and the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary. Retired from the Law, I now grow dates, sweet limes & figs on the family ranch, and am the State Senate appointee to the Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy. View all posts by History Trover
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A beautiful description, captures the same perspective as seen even today, through the eyes and soul of the hopeless romantic!
Thank you for sharing with us!
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I enjoy reading your posts. Thanks for sharing. Allan
Thank you, Ellen