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We spent our last two days here at a little slower pace. Probably because we were pretty pooped! Here are some pictures of the grounds at the resort. Walked around here a bit, enjoyed the deck and the sun where we could find a spot out of the wind. On our last day, we woke up to calm winds. The lake was like glass..could not believe it....So quiet! We took one more, easy nature hike, walked the boardwalk at the wetlands and watched ...
... to the Cajon Summit. From the top, the Interstate plunged down towards San Bernardino in one long sweeping anti-clockwise loop down the valley of the original course of the road to L.A. from the east. There are several railroad tracks this side of the pass as the railroad traffic is enormous. The tracks take a much longer course naturally and we could see trains queuing to climb the pass from miles away.
The Best Western Cajon Pass is about half way down ...
... on which California's economy depends.
Visitors can also learn about the 29 water agencies, the State Water Project contractors, who pay the costs of constructing, operating, and maintaining the Project and its facilities.
The Vista del Lago Visitors Center, open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located on Interstate Highway 5 between the cities of Castaic and Gorman. There is a Vista del Lago off-ramp,
north and south. For more information, call (661) ...
... tribe prepared us a full breakfast. On our way back to Redlands we stopped by a really good Mexican restaurant where you order at a window and get your food to go. Then out of nowhere appear a group of French guys who have ridden their bikes from Argentina up to California. They stared preforming songs and it made me think of Chile instantly (it was funny the people I would run into.) So I enjoyed my ride back to campus and braced myself for getting ready ...
... river and braved the cold water for a dip. The decent into the gorge was so steep a rope was required for a few sections.