Just a couple miles west of Aguanga, CA and Jojoba Hills, on the north side of Hwy 79, sits a huge field of metal sculptures, home of Ricardo Breceda’s collection. Breceda is the artist whose famous sculptures dot the landscape around Borrego Springs. While it’s more impressive to see them scattered about the desert, seeing so many in one place is pretty amazing.
I’m posting way too many photos but they are all so unique I couldn’t decide which to leave out.
All of the above and more are for sale. Just call the phone number on a sign that says someone is only two miles away who will come and help. They would make for some pretty eye-catching lawn ornaments, don’t you think?
On Saturday we moved out of the boondock area at Jojoba Hills into a lovely site while the owners are away. Laurelee and her sweet dog Libby are here, too, and stopped by while taking a walk.
We’ll be here until Thursday enjoying the view, playing pickleball, hanging at the pool, visiting with friends, and taking one last hike in Anza Borrego. A very nice neighbor down the street supplied us with grapefruit and oranges from her trees, and even loaned us her golf cart to use for a couple days while she was gone.
We also went to Best Buy the other day and bought a new computer to replace the Surface we took back. Although we would have rather purchased one from Costco they did not have what we were looking for. We ended up getting this Lenovo Yoga, and although the Best Buy site now says it’s $569, when we bought it a few days ago it was only $499 in the store. So far we like it even better than the Surface so we’re hoping it holds up. We don’t have much faith in computers these days.