By Chris S. LottNovember 13, 2018At first glance, the idea of Palm Springs’ palm springs is nothing new.
Palm Springs has long enjoyed the warm summer sun and is a hotbed of tourism, including Palm Springs International Airport, the world’s largest.
But the water and sand in Palm Springs springs are different than what you might expect.
The water in Palm Spring is a warm and salt water, with a mild chlorine effect.
Palm Spring springs are a deeper pool of water, which is a rich source of nutrients.
The same pool of nutrients is also used to fertilize the surrounding area.
So why the difference?
Palm Springs is known for having a rich ecosystem, and when Palm Springs residents come to town, they spend hours at the springs, relaxing and eating the local delicacies, such as fresh, dried apricots, dried grapes, and citrus fruits.