Do you do one cool thing every weekend?
If not, Snook Chaipornvadee will convince you otherwise. Head out to One Cool Thing Every Weekend and experience cool activities, embark on unique and adventurous travel destinations, and jump into the world of wonders. Some words of encouragement straight from the blog – “No matter how overwhelming or heavy life is to you, try to make the time to enjoy yourself at least once a week. One cool thing every weekend shouldn’t be too hard to do!” My favorite – 9 Best Unusual Things To Do in Southern California.
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Here’s to another of my Absolute Must travel destinations in California.
Joshua Tree is much more than the intriguing tree for which it’s named for, which isn’t even a tree but of species of yucca. It is a mecca for hikers, mountain climbers, campers and nature lovers. Because of its jumbo rocks, Joshua Tree becomes a most sound rock-climbing destination.
Here’s the deal, Jessica Biel. Joshua Tree is an instant favorite of mine because of the many hiking trails for all ages. It’s just amazing when you can witness outdoorsy people, noobs or elite, all in front of you doing the same interests like you do.
My favorite part of my time there, however, was when someone from cloud 9 1/2 decided to flick the switch into tungsten lighting in different areas of the park. It made the puzzles of rocks even more magnificent than they already are.
So, who in this bizzar-o-world is this Joshua guy? And who piled up these rocks?
Eons years ago, this part of the desert was once the habitat of this muscular giant named Joshua. He got so bored that he started to play Tetris using these rocks. That theory is based on the wild imagination of Rommel of The Sophomore Slump. Geologists and archeologists, with their glasses and brushes, disagreed.
Their more boring explanation – result of volcanic activity. Pffft. Actually the Oasis Visitor Center has cool displays into how these piles of rocks uniquely came into form. And if you want to explore the entirety of it, a day cannot accommodate it. It’s okay, you can sleep under the stars as there are 6 campgrounds for individuals and groups.
More of my hikes in the future …
Last Call …