Butterfield Ranch Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... CA, due to an infected blister on her Achilles. (Hence the trail name). Then there is the father/daughter duo, the daughter being in her mid 20s and dad in his 50s. I've enjoyed hiking with Jay from Utah these past few days. We have made a good team. Both of us being experienced long distance trail runners, we pace each other well. And good conversation and moral support is a plus as well. Tomorrow we reach Warner Springs, 8.2 miles away, for ...
... itself in the way of every morning when we leave camp, within the first five miles, you will pass the camp you wished you had made. Oh well, means we get to come back to them later on. When we got near Warner springs Becca and I were both getting excited by all the signs posted in reference to the community center and all the amenities they had lined out for us. We arrived at the community center around 8 am, just in time to sit down to a ...
... going to lie; I am very worried about not having the entire trail's worth of food bought already and boxed with an address on it, but I am going to have to let that one slide for now. It has already been decided that when the time comes we will take a 0 day in a decent-sized town and send out the rest of the boxes we need. I am in favor of this idea due to the fact that by this point of ...
... could get lost out here, bewitched by the timeless and everlasting magic that pervades this endless plain. then WHAM!! suddenly you are surrounded by big trees; pine, birch and lush thick grass. We followed the road up from the desert into the mountains, over the top of the pass at around 5000 ft and turned a corner and fell in love.
In front of us was the main street of the mining town of Julian. it was beautiful. ...
... We thought they were the result of some forest fire, but in actual fact, the fire in 2003 was far more devestating. The town was nearly engulfed by the flames and many of the residents lost homes and livelihoods. Luckily the apple orchards were saved so that Julian's famous tradition of apple pies continues. Of course, we just had to sample them! Dessert in the desert....
From Julian we headed north ...