Most may never have heard of Pipes Canyon, a butte-studded piece of high desert north of Joshua Tree National Park. But for Paul Goff and Tony Angelotti, Santa Monica residents who built a second home here, Pipes Canyon is more than an escape from the city. It's a second life, a place where they sit down with friends for holiday dinners under the desert stars.
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By David A. Keeps
Friends gather by the flowing garden fireplace and outdoor dining table of the pueblo-style residence, whose generous patio spaces easily accommodate two-dozen. The guest house is on the right.
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