Convair B-58 Hustler – Warbird Wednesday Episode #125 & Giveaway

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Leave a comment where you are from & let us know what is your favorite warbird at the Palm Springs Air Museum
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Timing. Contest Ends: Wednesday, August 10th at 10 AM
Winners. One winner will be chosen randomly and will be notified in the comment section.

Giveaway Prize Package: The prize package is valued at $150 and includes the following:
Shirt of your choice from giftshop ($25)
25th Anniversary Air Museum Hat ($29.99)
Red Canoe Boeing Stowbag ($109.99)

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Educator Material 🏫 🍎:
Beginner Teacher Guide ➡️ https://palmspringsairmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/PSAM_Beginner_Teaching_Guide.pdf
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Random Facts About Palm Springs

For an authentic slice of 1930s Americana, head to Palm Springs and check out the General Store Museum. Displays of vintage goods, primitive tools, and lunchboxes are sure to make you nostalgic. Or head to the Children’s Discovery Museum to get a taste of STEM subjects while learning through play. Whether you’re a devoted art lover or simply want to get your hands on a rare antique, Palm Springs has a wide selection of places to spend your time.

The city began as a desert frontier town during the 1920s, but soon became an oasis for snowbirds, celebrities, and rich retirees. By the 1950s, Palm Springs was a destination for spring breakers on the West Coast. The party atmosphere endures today. The Rat Pack frequented the nightclubs and became a regular in Palm Springs. Today, more people live here permanently. Despite its cosmopolitan nature, Palm Springs still retains its reputation as a party town.

The city offers hiking trails of varying difficulty levels. The Cactus to Clouds trail, for example, takes hikers from a low elevation among cacti to a high peak. Most hikes on this trail are moderate, but uneven stone surfaces can be problematic. The trail winds through a granite canyon and crisscrosses over a creek several times. You can also see Bighorn Sheep scampering up the canyon walls.

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