This morning we hiked 2 miles through a canyon at Agua Caliente (see photo). We drove south on the Great Southern Overland Stage Route of 1849 to I-8 then east through the desert. At one point named Plaster City, we passed a large plant where gypsum is mined and made into sheet rock. Heading north the farmland has been recovered from desert with irrigation canals. Hay and straw are two of the main crops. Lunch was at a mall in Brawley. Our water heated failed this morning. A call to the manufacturer went no where but a call to our dealer Cullum and Maxie in Nashville told me one thing to try. It worked but only temporarily. We still have to heat water on the stove.
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