Current Golfer and Future Veterinarian Laurynn Strait
I’ve lived in Borrego Springs four years, and I’m now a Junior at the high school. In my Freshman year, I was asked if I wanted to be on the golf team. Hesitant at first, I soon realized that golf really is the thing here in Borrego.
Full Moon Desert Hiking with Mike McElhatten
Visitors come to Borrego Springs to see something they’ve never seen before or learn something they didn’t know before. What they want is the same as I want in a new environment – a unique story, a story of a place not yet experienced.
BORREGO SPRINGS LIBRARY - PRIDE OF OUR COMMUNITY - MEET CRISTIN MCVEY
“Ten years ago, I discovered the town of Borrego Springs, and my life changed forever. I had always wanted to live in a small town, with other creative people and nature lovers, but I just didn’t think it was possible in crowded Southern California.
Denny DuVall of “Old Borego”
By Michael Sadler for The Borrego Experience
“I grew up in the shadow of Chief Rain-in-the-Face, a local peak on the eastern flank of the San Jacinto Mountains, misnamed Indian Head by those who, unlike me, fail to embrace our Indian culture.
Each morning I wake up and think to myself, "Where should I go today?". I feel like a kid every time I get on my bike and ride through Anza Borrego. The roads leading up washes are truly spectacular and I'm always curious what I will find around the next corner. I usually ride on 4" tires and
Growing up in Borrego is a blessing to me. I am privileged to see the beauties it possesses, my favorite being the stars. To me the stars are very interesting because when I look up at them they help me think. The stars also help me relax and escape from my problems for a moment. They are so
Flowers in Anza-Borrego are unique. They grow everywhere and are very beautiful. What makes them unique is the fact that they bloom only once a year. These flowers bring visitors to our town to look, and take pictures. Because of this, our community gets together to prepare for all visitors a