Crowne Plaza Mexicali
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It was 11:30 pm and we planned on leaving by 1:30 am, so of course I got up and got myself ready for our adventure in Ireland. There was a nice thick fog on the mountain top and nervous Grammy wanted to get on the road, I just knew there would be fog all the way to San Diego. The fog lifted as we left Ballena and there was very light traffic, so, we arrived at the airport very, way too early. We had a bite to eat, and we're first in line at the United check-in desk. ...
... been hiking for 2 days and hadn't yet made it 15 miles. his name was Joe. I don't think he got much further. I found two trail angels in Lake Moreno (Dianne and Kurt). it was their first time being trail angels, but they have had a good time with the hikers and supplying fruit, muffins, beer, gatorade. So after 20 miles and settling into the campground with 5 other hikers. my first day came to an end. I am excited for the beauty of the trail to unfold. ...
... 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 ...
... nothing to let us know why. Huntington Beach looks very affluent with lots of new buildings and wide open roads. Next Newport Beach had a McLaren garage, Porsche, Maserati, Ferrari and Bentley! Serious money here. Willie was counting the number of banks. There was creek living at Crystal Cove and next was Laguna Beach. No thrift shops in this area. The coast line got more rugged again with huge houses on the hillside and clinging to the cliffs. At San Clement we decided ...
... I learned about generosity and open-arms. I've said this before, and as I conclude this blog and this summer (though I absolutely refuse to put a period on it; it's only the end for now) I'll say it again: I wouldn't change my experience, my teammates, my route, my struggles, my tears, my laughs for anything. I wouldn't change them for everything. I loved everything about my summer. I loved everyone in my summer. If you're thinking about doing Bike & Build, do it. You won't regret ...