Julian Gold Rush Hotel
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We left Laguna & headed away on Route 1 along the coast until we reached Dana beach then hit highway 5 & 8 all the way to San Diego to try and beat the heat & get to the scenic route 79. Route 79 took us up into the twisty hills of the Cuyamaca State Park. The boys loved the road with its constant changes in direction & gradual …
... for these two hikers and they really screwed up our thus far perfect opinion of fellow PCT hikers. Later at Rodriguez road water supply, Dennis inadvertently sent Steve down a jeep road as he was sure the trail wasn't up the ways, but rather followed along the road. Dennis is still really upset with himself and would never forgive himself if Steve encounters problems. Keep an eye open for him and let Dennis know that it all worked out. Then ...
... as we have been on a few rides like this before we were prepared or so we thought. As we came round one of the bends someone had paid to squirt us with water but it wasn't just a squirt it felt like a huge bucket of water had been thrown over all of us, it hit me square in the face! From then on their was no hope we got soaked again I was very thankful for our waterproof jackets so our tops were dry at least. We all got a chance then to pick up ...
... a tease!
The next day we headed off for San Diego. After driving around for a while we decided to go to the San Diego Zoo. After all, it is like the largest zoo in the world. Ticket shock when we got there - basic ticket price - $42. If you wanted to see the 4D movie add $5, take a shuttle tour add $9, etc, etc. And don't forget the hot, humid, no breeze........ We took their free shuttle bus and got ...
... was no actual turnaround for our fifty-two foot long rig. I saw truck tracks through the corner of a vacant lot and followed them. Bad choice! The sand sucked the rear wheels down and we got stuck. Lynn suggested, in a sincere way, that I unhook and then try to get out. I did, and we did. I had to use my snowdriving skills to back the MH out, but it worked. So much for trusting the phone in all things.
We gassed up at ...