Knights Inn Highland Casino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the breaks on (I think my sudden shouting freaked him out more than the bee!). He pulled over, and in my panic to put the window down, I managed to lock us in! Woops. He flew off but seemed pretty angry when he realised he couldn’t get back in!
Next stop was Keys View which was the highest point in the park that you can drive to and you can see the San Andreas Fault from there.
Cap Rock was next on the list – it was a short hike at only 0.4 ...
... and dividing walls on the freeways.
We arrived at San Diego and settled in to a nice RV Park.
On the way over when stopping for fuel I had noticed that when filling the tank some fuel was spilling onto the ground. I immediately thought the worst, that there was a hole in my tank. Thankfully once I had completed the refuelling the leak stopped.
Four hundred metres from our RV Park in San Diego was ...
Song Bird in the morning light
Waking to the dawn to see the sights
25 miles today
Pretty uneventful. I spent a lot of time in my head- I have a theory that the PCT miles are like human age
0-100 miles is 1-10 yrs old: Much like childhood you start the trail like a baby-no trail legs. Testing out the trail, getting used to things. cranky you gotta wake up early. You start ...
Another sunny day in California. The family is up and Amber is busy watching pony movies. As Damian prepares the cameras for the day out by saving the photos from their memory cards, I'm stuck watching one of the worst movies I've ever seen. One about a girl getting bumped on the head by a "lucky" horseshoe and then she could hear her horse talk. The fact her horse could talk had absolutely no bearing on the plot of the movie at all. It was more about the mother selling the ranch to ...
... lots of trails here, and lots of people out to enjoy them. We diverted off the main trail and, over a railing, headed in our own direction. This trail went up through a valley, following a stream. Despite the shrubbery and small trees on the tops of these mountains, the valley was lush. The trail narrowed and crossed the stream several times. The dog was off the leash and loving running with the kids. Damian Jr and Matthew ran off ahead. Loving the twists and turns of ...