Best Western Cajon Pass
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tuesday, May 12, 2015. PCT day 23. Today was the day of detours. Various sections of the trail are closed, which meant road walking. Either way, I made it to mile 407, Sulphur Springs Camp. There is water here. Actually, there was plenty of water all day, hiking through some canyons with flowing creeks. I think I ended up doing 25 total miles today with the detours. I started hiking by 7:15 am and was done by 5:15pm. There was some steep climbs, but mostly ...
Thursday, May 7, 2015. PCT day 18 Camping by Silverwood Lake, last night was the 3rd time I set up my tarp due to the possibility of rain. I prefer to cowboy camp. It did not rain, but the cold wind persisted with heavy gusts. The temp dropped down only to 42 degrees. A winter storm was brewing. I arose to mostly cloudy skies and more winds with intermittent sunshine. The sky was very dramatic, making for great pictures. ...
... the reservoir was low and some of the lake bed was dry but it was a beautiful area and you didn't realize the traffic jam of LA was not far away.
We made it back to the RV to regroup and then on to the Twilight cruise at the Fairplex. They have these the first Wednesday of the month from 4-8pm so we got there at 3 and the parking lot was full. Looked at a few of the cars (in fact there was one that looked like Terry's including the flames). The NHRA museum is located here ...
I forget in what place we had breakfast as it was indeed forgetable: There were crumbs on all of the tables, whether occupied or not and the service from the two girls was slow. We stuck it out to get our croissant breakfast, but a family that had come in after us went to get their breakfast elsewhere. The coffee was awful.
We had quite a long drive ahead of us today because we had to get to Cajon Pass above Los Angeles in California for a pre-booked motel. ...
... Bilbo is approached by Gandalf. The falls into the "Call to Adventure" stage of the Hero Journey and the "Refusal of the Call." Like Bilbo, I at first refused his invitation as unworthy or uncommited.
I am wondering if this is when I receive Supernatural Aide. Bilbo does not receive any until he is in the woods with all of his dwarf friends captured by Trolls.
Within the Departure Stage, I have experienced the Call to Adventure and Refused it.