The following is taken from the Desert Sun newspaper, Drew Schmenner author. The full article can be seen HERE.
With its gigantic granite formations and eponymous flora, Joshua Tree National Park is a scenic showpiece, a wondrous confluence of the Mojave and Sonoran deserts. It beckons adventure and exploration.
Over the years, searchers have embarked on . . . → Read More: Respecting the dangers of Joshua Tree National Park
Big clouds, loud thunder, and lots of water!!!
Let’s get it right. A monsoon is not a storm. It’s a season. So, when your local weatherman issues a “Monsoon Alert” he/she is incorrect. Think of a monsoon like the southwest equivalent of hurricane season or tornado season. The actual storm is a Thunderstorm. Those of us . . . → Read More: What is Monsoon and why does it mess with my summer in the Southwest desert?
Where is the California Desert real estate market heading in 2012?
Everyone, and I mean everyone, ask me the same question. No one wants to be a sucker or make the mistake so many made over the last 7 years by jumping into the real estate market. People constantly ask me “Are we at the bottom”? . . . → Read More: The big question for 2012: Where is the CA desert real estate market heading? (Part 1)