Hampton Inn & Suites Highland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Wednesday, May 6, 2015. PCT day 17 I left Deep Creek Hot Springs by 0730. My goal for today was mile 328, Silverwood Lake, 20 miles away. The trail paralleled Deep Creek high above until about mile 315. From there it climbed up to some chaparral hills before finishing at the lake. The weather was cool and windy. Fog or a marine layer was visible on the south slope of the mountains. With the cooler weather and the many water sources along the way, I ...
... flies so thick you can't see out the windows. Well, not so much! And to make matters even worse - the park's electric problems have now made 50 amp service unavailable - so, in 100 degree temps we had to stay inside running only one a/c. To top it all off, our Verizon aircard signal has been abysmal here.
... you'd expect after watching The OC. The beach had limited parking and we ended up parking at a shopping centre and walking across the Main Street to the beach. It's all cliffs and limited sand, but was still nice enough to sun on, provided it wasn't cold and windy like the day we were there. I tested the water temperature and it was freezing. The kids ran around exploring the rocks and I also enjoyed clambering on them, climbing and standing up on the high ones. I ...
... them and be 1 run up. What I noticed was just how the parents, and I'm assuming they were parents, got into the game. I don't know how many times I heard 'you've got this kid'. Kid. I'd never heard someone called kid like that before. 'Kid' is almost an insult. But the parents beside me were giving constructive criticism, I guess you could call it, to the player coming into bat. And when he missed the ball or whatever. I assumed that they were his parents. But ...
... of pumpjacks sucking oil located 500ft below 'em. Compared to the facilities we're used to, this field is an utter mess - pumpjacks facing every which-a-ways, low slack-span powerlines zig-zag all over the place, nothing seems symetrical, pipelines are laid on the ground and the roads look like a BMX track. If they want a road to go "over there," they dump a load of dirt on the pipeline and drive over it. What the....?