Inn Der Bach Resort
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... and when we began our 4,000 ft. Ascent they all looked in shock and awe at our full packs. After 3 miles and 1, 500 ft climb we found our selves back on the PCT heading even further up. We didn't stay on the trail for long though. We broke off shortly after and took a side trail to the 11k Ft peak of San Jacinto mountain. Climbing from the 5,500 foot city and peaking the top later in the day. We left the day hikers behind taking a different trail back ...
... an old gray SUV rolled up and whipped around into the turn in. At this point about five hikers were trying to yogi rides and this SUV had promise seeping out of it. An older gentleman hopped outta the driver seat and helped two hikers grab their packs outta the back and off into the woods they went. I had already edged up pretty close to this guy by now and was thrilled when he turned and asked "Anybody need a ride into town? I have room for two right now." Our ...
... as we travel around. We're going to the Alamo and riverwalk maybe tomorrow but probably on Tuesday. We are working our way slowly back to mn. Checking the weather each day. Toooooo cold yet but we hope by the middle of the summer it will be warm enough to venture home. ...
Cris is already in bed, a tiny red light illuminating the tent. The Wind hasn't started yet, but willâ¦â¦ ;the following day's weather forecast is all about Windâ¦..20-30mph plus gusts to 50â¦.and the temps are dropping fast ...
... there are no signs or road markings around a fire hydrant. You’re just supposed to know. I do now.
The comments section of the ticket contained these justificatory comments by the traffic warden (I have added my comments in brackets):
VEHICLE LEFT UNATTENDED (well, yes)
COMPLETELY BLOCKING FIRE HYDRANT (well not exactly – there were a good couple of feet ...