The Oaks At Sacred Rocks RV Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... music. I even got some food, In and out as well as del taco, that I have a weird craving for all the time but can rarely get. But when we arrived in Encinitas California I found that the campgrounds in the area were all booked up and I would likely be spending the night on a suburban beach. Now I gotta say that I have spent the night in some weird places in the past, but never was one of those places so populated and never had I had my most valuable possessions ...
Well we headed out of the Old Mill relatively early on Wednesday and headed to the wine valley. We took the path through the desert fields rather than the road out which had deep sand. We took the highway back up through Ensenada where we stopped for lunch at a fish to a stand we had heard about. It was awesome, I had ceviche on tostadas and clams on tostadas.
We we then headed out of town east towards the ...
... we left town and made our way to Laguna campground. It was a 15 mile day. Terrible Tory Banana Britney Kick ass cale Anxious anders Orangutan Olaf Jealous Julia Jagiermeister Jonas Tory and Britney invited us over to their campsite, foreigners showed up later because of my sign about site 47 at Mount Laguna campgrounds. All sat around fire and had a great night. Sorry for the poor read, quite exhausted right ...
... in the mail, or you could have underestimated your potential and shipped WAY too much food. Well guess what? That just means you get to eat all that extra food or give it to some poor soul along the way. Hah!
I have prepackaged about 35 days of food and 3 new pairs of boots and have them ready to be shipped to "post office only" stops for about half (1,325 miles) of the trail. I ...
... would not like to mimic his way of travel as he has ridden nearly exclusively on freeways.
We asked at the museum, a night crew was working. They gave us some options and we chose to camp between two storage containers. It is out of the wind and we do not even have to use our tent. Hopefully the stars are out tonight. The museum people wanted us to camp between their two trailers and sit in the hot tub and have a beer, but we declined, at least for ...