La Jolla Indian Campground
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... of diesel: $2.85 - Ormond Beach, Florida (Race-Trac)
Total fuel cost: $2257.99
Average MPG for Jeep: 17.2
Gallons of gas used: 151
Lowest price per gallon of gas: $2.24 - Katy, Texas (Sam's Club)
Highest price per gallon of gas: $2.71 - Pine Top, Arizona (Hon Dah Gas)
Total gas cost: $381.83
Total amount of fun had: Immeasurable
Can't wait to do it again!
... petting a giant tortoise! In the evening we headed back to Oceanside and had pizza then a stroll along the beach. Today (Friday) we spent the day on the U.S. Midway air craft Museum. What a cool place and a must see!. We came back to the hotel and Lois had a swim. Sam has unfortunately caught a nasty cold so we are chilling on the sun loungers and not dipping. I must say ...
... blair. it gets easier to do big miles when conversations block out the mind from telling you "Your body is not quite ready for this". I start to think about crazy ways to lose weight. Drop my stove, go cookless, only carry my rain fly, don't carry any clothes. Maybe 1 day I'll have the balls to do it, but I do like to have warm food and all those other things. my pack isn't that bad, I shouldn't complain, but happy hiking is light hiking....just imagine ...
... 000 feet of it! The museum recreates several working models of local railway lines and has four large tracks all done to scale. Each track has a different gauge and the final room has an incredible track where model railroaders bring their own trains and put them on display . Well worth the visit.
San Diego ...
... some other fun animals, so I was still happy. We were a little pooped after the day, so we got some good Thai food and called it a day. Today we snorkeled with leopard sharks, guitarfish, and some sort of small skate or ray. It was very cool. There were sharks everywhere and we were really close to the beach at La Jolla, pronounced "Hoya." We're probably going to check out downtown San Diego before we leave, and then head to Los ...