Homestead Bed and Breakfast

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Travel Blogs from Julian

Stagecoach RV

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 22, 2014

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... they become injuries and require more extensive time off. We met a fellow here at the park named SaltnPepper with a legitimate BLISTER. Check out this picture of his foot. He learned his lesson and you can too through his mistake. Cotton socks are not well suited for hiking non stop. No Cotton! An ounce of prevention > A pound of cure

Hope to poke my head out in the next two hours or so and see heavens rain across the night sky. Today was a good day on the Pacific Crest ...

Full karma cycle

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 21, 2014

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... for Topo and Sweet Spot a.k.a the toilet paper water cache bandits!!! So as frustrated and disappointed as we were in the morning by these two stranger hikers we thought sucked frankly, if they had not been out there doing what they are doing, the four of us would not have received all the love we did from Chris and sage girl. We wouldn't have had those hot showers and bad ass $20 gypsy trailer for the evening to plan out our next few days ...

Oasis in the Desert

A travel blog entry by duchesne on Jan 23, 2013

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... Borrego Springs envisioned the idea of adding 'free standing art' to his property with original steel welded sculptures created by 'Perris Jurassic Park' owner/artist/welder Ricardo Breceda based in Perris, California. Some of the sculptures are of prehistoric creatures that lived in the area about 3 million years ago, some are fantasy creatures and some are "modern" history and animals found in the area today. It was ...

Nearing T-minus 24 hours

A travel blog entry by gringostarr on Apr 02, 2012

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Today, I went to a travel health clinic and got a Yellow Fever vaccine. For a tidy $175 ($125 for the shot itself and $50 for the 'consultation'), one can receive a vaccine against Yellow Fever, which is supposedly good for like ten years or something, as well as a pretty little Band-Aid. That cost also pays for a little pep talk from a Filipino lady in a lab coat on all the various ways you can die along your trip.

Today I ...

The ball is rolling

A travel blog entry by gringostarr on Mar 25, 2012

If all goes as planned, I should be south of the equator in a little over one week's time. I am beginning to feel the jitters, which I haven't felt in quite some time. The reason I can tell is that I am starting to fret over petty little things that aren't worth worrying about, like vaccines and the local languages. Then again, maybe those are causes for concern...

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