California Desert’s Thousand Palms Oasis as “Nobody” has ever seen it before until… NOW!
In 1905, visionary stock rancher Louis Wilhelm traded two mules and a buckboard wagon for the Thousands Palm Oasis, an 80-acre jewel of land in the heart of the Southern California desert. But even he didn't see it like this...
“Whatever it will become,” Wilhelm said, “it is too beautiful to belong to one man.”Standing in a grove of giant California fan palms, their stately trunks soar as high as 60 feet; their grass skirts remain still as a hula dancer at rest on this bright windless morning in early spring.Take a deep breath, close your eyes and lift your face to the shaft of sunlight peeking through the majestic canopy of palm fronds. Everything is silent, save for the birdsong and precocious white-tailed jackrabbits and lizards hopping and skittering amid the jungle-like desert brush. That's one way to see it. Here's another, that nobody has ever seen until... Now in Richard Shelton's "Shredding the Palm Oasis" Epic 280 Video!
Coachella Valley Did You Know – Torres-Martinez Indian community schoolhouse built in 1907. Considered the oldest standing Indian Agency buildings
The most exclusive place in the Coachella Valley belongs to the Bighorn Institute… and no, it’s not a