Butterfield Ranch Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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We arrived at the trailhead at about 7am. As we got out of the car we took we noticed the temperature was already approaching 80 degrees. We had to scramble up a hillside to get back to the PCT. it was about a 900 foot climb in less than a mile; pretty steep. It took us about an hour to reach the PCT and we were all drenched in sweat by the time we reached the trail. It was already about 90 degrees. Once on the trail we resumed our ...
... I had as I walked down the first of many miles away from the border fence and into the the unknown never ending hills ahead. This wasn't the beginning of the adventure though. As I walked away from that monument I was already foot hurt, tired and overall just amazed to be standing where I was. It began the morning before as I stepped into this nice young ladies car ,and drove down to the coast just north of San Diego. We had a jolly old time talking and ...
... a taste for wildness in his mouth and a nice air about him.
Ended up sawing a camp trowel in half and whittling two homemade arch support inserts to help carry me over to idyllwild with a proper outfitter so I can hopefully purchase some legitimate Superfeet and Becca is eyeballing a quality knee brace to help with a chronic left knee irritation. It is early in the game to need "drastic" measures, but we'd rather get ahead of these issues while they are small and ...
... 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. ...
... the Jenkins Family were not at home...
Our drive back took us through the Badlands as the sun was setting which threw fantastic colours across the mountains and escarpments.
Tonight restaurant no.2 - Carmelita’s. Hmmm. If you ever find yourselves in Borrego Springs, as I imagine virtually all of you will at some time, do yourselves a favour and do not go to Carmelita’s. Enough ...