Palm Springs Aerial Tram
It’s March, and that means it’s time for Patrick’s annual conference in Palm Springs. Last year I wasn’t able to tag along like past years, as I was working, but now that I’ve quit, I’m able to spend time in the dreamy desert of Palm Springs.
We arrived yesterday and after checking into our adorable hotel (which I’m sure will get its own blog post), we headed off to do one of the most touristy things in Palm Springs, the aerial tram.
I had been to the summit of Mount San Jacinto via the tram before, but Patrick had yet to do it, so it was a new experience for him.
It was quite windy at the summit, and colder than I expected, so we only snapped a few pictures while enjoying the stunning views.
I’m utterly in love with this massive outdoor fireplace along the balcony that overlooks Palm Springs.
The Palm Springs Aerial Tram charm on my charm bracelet was actually a find a few years back at Expo, which I bought to add to my California themed charm bracelet. Upon entering the gift shop I was surprised to find that they still sold the charm!
We’re in Palm Springs for a week, and while Patrick is at his conference I have a few adventures of my own planned, but also slated a healthy dose of relaxing by the pool.
Palm Springs Village Green Museums
Mexican Tourist Jacket & Scarf: I don’t remember…
Dress: Red Light, Portland, Oregon
Purse: Lux De Ville
Turquoise Ring: West of Texas, Redlands, California…I think…
Charm Bracelet: Made up of charms I’ve found at various shops and shows
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3 comments on “Palm Springs Aerial Tram”
What a jaw dropping vista! It’s wonderful that you two could experience this stunning part of the world together for the first time. You both look like you were having a lot of fun.
Very pretty outfit. I’m especially taken by how you styled the scarf on your head.
Stunning scenery! And your lovely red and turquoise outfit is pretty xx
My husband and I drove all the way from Los Angeles with two friends to the Palm Springs Tram on December 27, 1985, to celebrate our engagement. He kissed me right on that balcony by the viewers. The next evening we would elope to Las Vegas and say “I Do.”