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Old 01-24-2008, 04:22 AM   #16
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Old 01-24-2008, 11:16 AM   #17
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I found U2's Joshua Tree in the desert last weekend. Spent 2 days & nights relaxing at the Harmony Motel.

I thought the tree was in Death Valley, not actually in Joshua Tree park. Just wondering....I'm planning a little road trip to both places this Spring and wasn't sure if I could do them both at once. I've been to JTNP a few times but never to Death Valley.
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I thought the tree was in Death Valley, not actually in Joshua Tree park. Just wondering....I'm planning a little road trip to both places this Spring and wasn't sure if I could do them both at once. I've been to JTNP a few times but never to Death Valley.

Yes you are correct, the tree is just outside of Death Valley, and the JT National Park is actually very close to LA. They are a few hours apart. Depending where you are starting from you can get to both in one day, but we stayed overnight at the Harmony Motel (which is right outside the JT National Park) so we could spend a whole day there, because the initial drive to Death Valley is about 6 hours for me, then backtracking to the Harmony and JT park a few hours which is real close to me actually.

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- Have been an honor roll student for years

- Have released two rock albums of my own, including writing over 40 songs over a two year span



1 - HOW?... you live here...


2 - for real?... 2 albums? ... I'm so jealous, really
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1 - HOW?... you live here...


2 - for real?... 2 albums? ... I'm so jealous, really
1. It's all about balance. I don't really have a busy social life, so I have time for extra things and take time for friends when I can. I do the vast majority of my writing on the PC anyway, and I take a lot of "breaks" shall we say. Plus, I dunno, I just have a really good memory, so I've gotten good at taking tests over the years. I read at a 6th grade level when I was in 1st grade, no joke.

2. Yes, it's true. I have a cheap recording setup in my basement and devote quite a bit of my spare time to it.
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