The Oaks At Sacred Rocks RV Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I'm at mile 42, at Mt. Laguna. Did 22 miles today. Started at 7:30 am. Finished at 5:30 pm. Plenty of water today. Urinated 5 times. Took more breaks today like i promised myself. I am tired. My feet hurt. But i am still feeling strong. Yoga stretches ...
... car keys in Alex's car, therefore he had no way to get us back to our vehicle. We decided to press on with hope that someone would give us a lift back to Kitchen Creek Rd. We had another splendid day for hiking, blue sky, a strong breeze, and a pleasant temperature. The last few miles of the hike were the most pleasant for me. We entered a pine covered section ...
... reached the bottom of the canyon, then started making our way up the sun-exposed north side, right at midday. It was very hot and very steep. This was a difficult section for me. We finally made it to the top and then proceeded to hike the rest of the way to Lake Morena. I wore some new boots and was able to accomplish the hike without any blisters. Frank and I finished off our day with a visit to Bailey's Wood Pit BBQ. It turned out to be a wise ...
... the last we saw anyone, no staff no other guests, no one except a little dog.
The room was actually a little cabin and was clean with good water pressure. With no one around we jumped back on the bikes to find something to eat. We found a small village not too far away. It was very typical of a small Mexican village and although we got lots of looks, everyone was very friendly. The selection in the ...
... 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 ...