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Travel Blogs from Julian
... afternoon we decided to head out a short 5 miles to agua caliente creek and ended up with a very large camp of; Becca and I, Berlynn, Will, Scott, CNC, DC, and M&M. Comraderie was enjoyed by all parties. I ended the night with a surprise nosebleed though that could very well have been he worst in my life. An hour solid of straight bleeding, to the point of light headedness and blood donor weakness. Hope that picture isn't too graphic for ...
This was our very first RV trip! The road up to Julian is full of twists and turns. It was little rough on Sydney since she is the only one not facing forward. Mommy had to switch seats with her and have her sit in the front in order to get there without getting sick. We all made it!
The girls went fishing in the little pond (they lasted about 20 minutes) and ran around outside. Sierra was covered with ...
Anza-Borrego State Park is located only a few hours drive west of San Diego. It is a large park and a real gem. It was a winding scenic drive. We stopped in the town of Juliene to buy from their famous Mom's Pie Restaurant. Yummmm.
The town of Borrego Springs is located in the center of the park. It's greatest claim to fame is 129 larger than life metal sculptures. Dennis Avery, land owner of Galleta Meadows ...
... the place. It narrows to the point that if one is too rotund, he/she won't be able to pass through it. We, of course, svelt as we are, made it fine. I'd thought I may have to "suck gut" a bit, but no problem was encountered. The photos will show you how it looks. I also did a video and hope it loads up for you all to see. It required that I convert it to a new format for this website, so we'll see. I miss doing the videos and ...
... view of the lights from Palm Springs and camp along the ridge tonight.
Day 117: For the first time in a long time, we wake up to bright blue skies and warmth -- we slept through our alarm and it's almost 7am. We pack in a hurry to try to get on the move. Descending from the ridgeline, we enter a sandy, not-quite-desert environment filled with manzanita and other hearty bushes. After a while, we both get into zombie ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed