|Above, the Hadley Fruit Orchards store in Cabazon. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Back in the 1960s when we visited my grandmother in 29 Palms, we usually stopped at Hadley Fruit Orchards store in Cabazon on the way home.
There, we picked up some nuts and fruit products (such as jams and preserves) and had date shakes in their snack bar.
Yesterday, while returning home from Joshua Tree National Park and the General Patton Memorial Museum, I made a few stops, one of which was at Hadley's. I stopped in after having breakfast at Ruby's Diner next door. They have plenty of RV parking.
|Above, inside of Hadley's. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
The store still looked the same and was very much as I remembered it. It has been many moons since I last stopped there (it was probably after a desert clamp-out with the Billy Holcomb Chapter of E Clampus Vitus).
This time, I skipped getting a date shake (actually, I forgot to get one) but I did pick up a couple of bottles of their steak sauces. One was mesquite-flavored and the other was merlot wine-flavored. I like to try out different steak sauces.
|Above, just look for the Hadley sign while on Interstate 10 in Cabazon. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
It was nice to see that some things haven't changed, and the Hadley Fruit Orchard store in Cabazon is one of them.
For more on Hadley's, go here.