Julian Gold Rush Hotel
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... The trail has an ebb and flow to it for sure, a definitive give and take, a karma. Calling Universe, message received. Also met momma bear(Bethany), thanks for the awesome pictures of Becca and I at the gypsy wagon. Dennis is also going home from here, may rent a car and do some trail magic for us in the next few days. Becca and I have been out here 5 days now, covering 77 miles and every mile, every minute, every meeting, we are learning ...
... our last time!
This is an Escapees Coop Park, and we heard about it through our friends Sherry & Jesse, who were here a few months ago, and ended up "buying in" when they did visit! As we pulled into our site, it was surprisig, even though we'd seen a lot of pictures of this particular site (which we had requested) on a travelers blog. This site is more like a beautiful backyard than any rv site we've ever had - larger, more ...
... on, saw a lot a neat (sleeping) animals. Then went back to take the bus tour that went around the zoo ( there was a 45 minute wait standing in line when we first got there) and gave some background about the zoo, the animals, the projects the zoo undertakes. Not a bad way to spend the day.
Back at the TT park, we decided to leave a day early due to there only being 30 amp service which did not allow our 3 ...
... Store/Casino enroute and saved a bit on fuel. Then we drove the few miles and got propane for $2.99 a gallon. Cheap by what we pay at home. The rest of the trip was uneventful. This CG is only about forty miles from where we were, as the crow flies. More if he drives.
It’s so quiet here, that it’s truly hard to believe. Many of the folks stay the full season of eight months. Our first full day, it got to ...
... this, I don't eat anything with a heart anyway, only by products.
15. Wine is better tasting and cheaper than water. I might have a difficult time staying awake on this European adventure.
Also for those who are reading this blog from San Diego. My bro and I went on some adventures when I was home. "the potato chip" at Mt. Woodson and the Peak of Mt. Gower. The potato chip was quite potato chippy. I wanna go there again.