Lutz Castle

P.O. Box 1285, Julian, California, 92036, United States | Castle
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Travel Blogs from Julian

Thar's gold in them thar hills….

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... line either side of a wide street and shops sell antiques and treasure. the warm scent of a thousand apple pies cooling on window sills fills the air and suddenly - everything seems safe. we stopped in a diner and enjoyed milkshakes and burgers. i swear the decor hasn't changed since 1930. it is quite late and so we check into an old miners hotel on a small ridge just on the edge of town. the furniture is chintz - but ...

Reflections and some miscellaneous video

A travel blog entry by evotech


... now, we are thinking about Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. I originally ruled out Alaska due to the huge amount of driving involved, but a fellow Rv’er in Colorado told us about a ferry that runs from Oregon to Alaska. He said that it was reasonably priced and pretty fast. We will certainly look more into that. Planning for the next trip will start soon. It is a ton of work to plan all the details of such a ...

The night before...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs


... dog at a time. He had a great time hanging out during the meet and greet so now we're happy that he can enjoy his staycations with new friends. We've set aside funds for all our fur kids to be cared for and feel good about leaving them in capable, loving care. The one good thing about the end of our trip will be the time we get to reunite as a family again!

Last minute details: After we were through with our shots, eye check-ups, dental ...

Day 1 - Slow and steady wins the race.

A travel blog entry by jimfrondorf


... traffic. Took even longer to find all the stuff needed on the bike, since it was all squirreled away somewhere in the RV. Finally, got the obligatory beach picture and set off. About a mile and a half later, the directions I was working off of ******* out, I had Johann meet me, and we threw together a Plan B.

The first part of the first day is pretty tough. About 5000 feet of climbing. What's that feel like? Imagine a ladder ...

Home again, home again, rigity-jig...

A travel blog entry by missyjoymel


... shock goes, nothing has been too extreme. I do catch myself responding to things in a Korean way, such as, bowing, thanking or greeting people in Korean, or speaking Konglish-like sentences when I'm trying to explain something. "Konglish" is a combination of Korean and English, and usually means that the speaker is saying sentences out of order, leaving out erraneous words, and choosing the simplest word possible for whatever they're trying ...


This castle, located on P.O. Box 1285, Julian, is near Menghini Winery, Witch Creek Winery, Julian Pioneer Museum, and Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve.
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