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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Frank, Alex, and I hiked a 12 mile section of the PCT through the San Felipe Hills. It was an unusually cool morning for this time of year, 52 degrees when we started at 8am. The first few miles of the hike are spent climbing up the hills through a beautiful cactus filled landscape. The trail then courses back and forth along the hillside, in and out of canyons. It warmed ...
April 22, 2015 Did not leave Mt. Laguna till 9:50. The general store, where i resupplied did not open until 9am. I did reach my goal of mile 59.5. I camped at Sunrise trailhead, next to the highway. I filtered water from horse trough there. Total mileage ...
... hot breakfast of spicy sausage patties, scrambled eggs, pan cakes and orange juice. It was so delectable my mouth is having flashbacks just writing this. Another wonderful treat? Dennis was sitting outside the center with a freshly rented VW bug ready to drive us to the post office whenever we were ready. He did end up getting a ride all the way to Ramona and had been there since the day before helping shuttle hikers here and there, happy to ...
We woke up from Scout and Frodos. Left the cul-de-sac at about 6 am, riding in hammers car. I had been up since 3 am planning out what I was going to say. The ride down was beautifully scenic and it was very interesting to see the terrain we would soon be traversing. As we pulled up to the monument around 7 am, Becca was quite shocked to see 20 or so fellow hikers lined along the monument holding over 100 calla lillies. I escorted her to the monument 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. ...