Jacumba Hot Springs Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... putting together a new program of ridge runners made of past thru-hikers to help hikers on the trail and update everyone on trail conditions, weather, water. It is a neat program, and I hope that this year turns out to be productive and the organization can continue to grow. what a great summer job to have. After the talk, I get back on the trail.....trees, brush, canyons that spiral in and out of the mountain. crest walking. ...
... and laid down in the sand along the side of the cliff. I didn't sleep all to well,waking up to every sound trying to be careful of my surroundings. Usually though it was just a change in the oceans crash. The chilled air didn't help me sleep either. I saw a morning jogger coming down the beach at about 6am and decided it was time to move along, and headed to the outdoor train station and passed out on a cold bench for another few hours. I was living a true bums ...
... car keys in Alex's car, therefore he had no way to get us back to our vehicle. We decided to press on with hope that someone would give us a lift back to Kitchen Creek Rd. We had another splendid day for hiking, blue sky, a strong breeze, and a pleasant temperature. The last few miles of the hike were the most pleasant for me. We entered a pine covered section ...
Frank and I decided to hike the second leg without Alex, he was going to Disneyland with his family, but we were anxious to get back on the trail. In anticipation of having to walk back through the ranches we had to pass through in order to get off the trail last time, Frank called both ranchers and asked permission to pass through. Both said that would be fine. We ended up parking Frank's truck on one of the ranches and began our journey through the ...
... and three more gates. We hoped that no one would see us and were counting on everyone being inside watching the NFC championship game. We crawled over the last gate without incident, then continued our walk back to the car. The total distance form the PCT, where we got off the trail, to the car was about 3 miles, so we ended up hiking about 14 miles the first day. Blisters on both feet, may need some new shoes. My legs were sore for a few days afterward but not too ...