Quite a number of Hollywood-types and other entertainers chose to live here, just outside of the LA basin. We took the opportunity to drive down Gene Autry Trail, past Kirk Douglas Way, and saw the shops on Palm Canyon. Here is one of Frank Sinatra’s houses:
Just at the edge of town is the San Gorgonio Pass, home to more wind turbines per acre than anyplace else we’ve seen:
After soaking in the RV park’s hot pools, we were ready to face weekend traffic into metro Los Angeles. Although it was Saturday morning, the traffic and drivers were much more reasonable here than in Phoenix.
We arrived at the Methodist church in LaVerne about noon. We were here before, about 4 years ago, so we knew where to go and where to park. Our team leaders were ready for our arrival, and the rest of the team members pulled in later in the afternoon. We have worked with one couple earlier this winter, but the other two are new to us. We will be working here for three weeks and, when the project ends, the others will leave but we will stay another three weeks, commuting to another project in nearby San Dimas.