Castillos del Mar
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... about four hours later still excited and chattering. They rode up to the top of a mountain and could see all the way to the ocean.
The rescue operation was amazing. The cowboys that rode with them were chill, funny, and unobtrusive. The blue healer dogs chased scents all the way up and back. They were tempted to steal the kittens at the stables. The two women who were helping out that day were a bit ditzy, but that may have ...
... as the cruise liners come down here from San Diego full of Americans. The locals loved the fact that we were Aussie, and when we explained that we could not buy as we cannot carry they were just happy to try and talk about Australia, they are fascinated by our accent.
27/01/2013: Past 3 days raining so just hanging out with Salvador and Yolanda and watching endless movies, Gary happy as a pig in mud. We feel like part ...
... to perfection by Terri. Delicious! Johnston and Terri, we can't thank you enough for what you did for us. All the best to you in Mammoth!
Day 2 (12/19/2010): We wake up, warm and dry, to steady rain outside. We are not really looking forward to battle the severe weather outside but Johnston's pancakes & eggs breakfast convinces us otherwise. We get in the saddle at 8am. The crew for the ...
... up the hill when we spotted a corner taco stand that looked good. The taco beef was grilled in front of us and we added the delicious salsa, onions, cilantro etc from bowls on the table. Scrumptious.
After a few false summits, yes it seemed like a never ending a mountain, the road widened and we now had a wide shoulder to ride. Heading down the big road toward Playa de Tijuana we now went fast and sped to a checkpoint just before the tollbooths. A guy ...
... disappeared from the territory early in the 19th century due to epidemic disease and cultural changes in their way of life…most likely brought on by the missionaries that arrived in the area in the 1700's. The first modern explorer to visit this site was Frenchman Leon Diguet in 1890. He referred to it as the "Mouse’s hole at the top of the Sierra." Hence the name of the cave that we were about to ...