49er RV Ranch
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Type: paved road and dirt, out & back
Distance: 7.7 mi
Moving Time: 3:12
Avg Speed: 2.4 mph
Elevation Max: 4,241 ft
Ascent: 1,756 ft
Descent: 1,330 ft
Weather: sunny, cool
Hikers: Sean, Alicia, Sheba
Gear: full packs
Alicia: The weekend is finally here!!! I have been counting down the days to this hike in ...
... an unpleasant non passporty experience in Mexico! So the Nike factory was awesome too...can't complain with $50 runners! Next day we hit up Seaworld, I have a tip, book online! We saved $34 EACH by doing this! Again incredible animals and the whole park blows your mind but the killer whales really are incredible! That night we also met up with my awesome workmate Alex's cousin who had given us tips of the fine eateries in San Diego! So many ...
... got in on the act, and I went up a couple more times. Once with Jimi where a local told us we'd ruined Bon Jovi for him (I said he was welcome) and to do the bloke bits on Total Eclipse of the Heart. It was whilst doing this a smashed Dan decided to drunkenly jump onto me, whilst I still had a mic in my hand. He had a nice bloody print on his tshirt from my nose. Nothing major, but it makes the constant blowing a bit more sensitive. The locals seemed to be a mix of ...
... later she emerged with peaches, nectarines, grapes, oranges (free!) and grapefruit.
So we were running a little late when we got to Hertz, and this was exacerbated by the fact that, curiously, they decided to wash/valet the car after we'd turned up, rather than before. Anyway, no big deal. Jill drove the rental (with Alec and Ben) and followed me in the RV (Will providing moral support from the passenger seat).
The satnav, having been ...
... the passengers in the vehicle (who will remain un-named for purposes of anonymity due to certain future ridicule) decided that Costco was a necessary destination prior to getting off the main road again and that Ms Crackhead GPS should be allowed to voice her opinion as to the best available route. Much to our (especially my) surprise she actually managed to direct us past one! Granted, she suggested we drive on another 1.4 miles before actually stopping in spite of the fact that ...