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- Free parking
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... One thing that got me through this rough few miles was talking about the" elusive thruhiker" ,acting as if I was an animal planet host. " to catch one of these magnificent creatures all you must do is leave one blue M&M to get there attention then 3 peanuts and another M&M and catch them while there distracted" ( all in a Australian accent) " you can see them here in this zoo exhibit walking a circular trail, every now and then we put out food or water ...
As we did last time we were here (~4 years ago) - we have sworn we won't return to this, our "home park" in our Thousand Trails membership plan. When we joined Thousand Trails at this location 12 years ago, we "heard" that the turkey farm and dairy farm were expected to go away in 2-3 years, resolving the problems of ...
... creates the impression of a giant staircase with the cliffs at the edge of each layer forming the steps. The whole National Monument area extends west from Page for 120 miles and north-south by a similar distance. The roads take the easy route following the plateaux and so invariably one drives along the bottom of a line of cliffs with inumerable OMG moments and views. Erosion has created long north-south valleys on the ...
... ft elevation. It certainly had no problem reminding us what ascending was all about. What a change in scenery, well, more like environmental conditions. In no time at all we were snow walking across 9000 ft elevation ridges. Once again "welcome to the desert!" It was a good day overall, we just ended up covering way less mileage than anticipated due to the terrain and conditions. Camp aimed for was 193 but by 190 at Fuller Ridge trailhead, we saw big beautiful wind ...
... we weaved our way back through the mountains (I'm VERY glad Alex was driving at this point…sheer drops, hair pin bends OMG) and down to the ocean.
We lunched on fresh fish n chips at Dana Point (la-di-da yachtsville) and meandered down the coast to San Clemente - surfers paradise. We're not really 'duuuudes' but having spent the last few campings surrounded mostly by RVs it was nice to find lots of other tents. We watched a glorious sunset on the beach, ...