The Oaks At Sacred Rocks RV Park
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... miles I can do without pain and weight. but then I imagine getting lost, and I think "Better not drop what I got" lol. By the end of the day, I have gone 27 miles, I avoid getting shot at by Tweekers in the desert and pushed through knee pain (unwise to do, now that I am 5 days older than I was when I hiked this portion). I give Lucas the name, Border Patrol, since his first day on the trail he hiked 10 miles right on the border, before the Patrol ...
... back and took a nap as the sun set. When I woke up 40 minutes later it was dark, but back behind me were a ton of little fires and parties. I watched from a distance for awhile, feeling weird about walking up to a group of people in the night with a backpack on and looking like a bum. But after awhile one of the fires emptied and I went for it. After a bit of standing there and feeling the warmth. 2 young locals came over to throw some more wood on the fire and ...
My former brother-in-law, Joe Valenti, joined Frank, Alex, and, me for this hike. We all met up at a cafe near the Burnt Rancheria Campground. Joe hopped in our vehicle and we drove down to Kitchen Creek Rd. to get back on the trail. This section of the trail featured a near constant ascent up the side of the mountain. About an hour into the hike Joe realized he'd ...
... oak trees. We stopped for lunch at Boulder Campground and were happy to find a nice picnic table in the shade of a large oak. It was difficult to leave. Shortly after lunch we passed under Interstate 8 and proceeded uphill to Kitchen Creek Rd. It was another splendid hike, topped of by a nice plate of ribs at Bailey's Wood Pit ...
... We got off the trail at the intersection of a dirt road at mile 10.9 then hiked east on the dirt road to get back to our vehicle. After about a half mile of hiking on the dirt road we encountered a locked gate, private property. We decided to crawl under the gate and take our chances. We were up high on the side of a big hill and could see how the road made its way through a large ranch. We hiked down the hill and then across the ranch, crawling over two barbed ...