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Ten planning lessons from the elegant oasis of Palm Springs

Below are ten (10) planning lessons from the beautiful desert city of Palm Springs, California. Peace! Few places have such a dramatic elevation change in such a short distance (up to 9,000 feet in four miles). This makes Palm Springs’ … Continue reading

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Gems in the desert – Mid-Century Modern homes of Palm Springs

Below are photos of some of the amazing Mid-Century Modern homes that have been preserved in Palm Springs, California. Any trip to the city should include a driving tour to see some of the architectural wonders found throughout the city. … Continue reading

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