Artists' Loft Bed and Breakfast - Big Cat Cabin, Strawberry Hill Cabin

Box 2408, Julian, California, 92036, United States | Villa
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    Travel Blogs from Julian

    Stagecoach RV

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 22, 2014

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    ... 30 am, we made great time up the foothills of the San Felipe. We knew today was going to be a short day, planning on camping out somewhere in the Hills in order to set ourselves up to watch the evenings main attraction, the Lyriad meteor shower. Lucky us, we were anticipating hiking into the Hills yesterday afternoon after a short rest at the 77 cache but ended up staying at the Stagecoach RV park overnight. Yesterday afternoon was windless and strongly sunny. Today when we started ...

    Full karma cycle

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 21, 2014

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    ... can to take care of another hikers problem. Icing on the cake; our campground was across the street from a water cache consisting of approx 20 one gallon jugs. I had brought over 7 emptys the night before so everyone in camp could carry one back over to the cache on trail the next morning, a short .3 miles away. As Becca and I left camp that morning, carrying another 2 gallons to the cache, we encountered the tp snubbers again, except this time ...

    Off we go to the desert

    A travel blog entry by alan-hamish on Mar 24, 2013

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    ... on and stopped in Julian which was like our image of a small American Wild West town. Quaint wooden structures and wooden boardwalks. Well, some bits of it anyway. It all started as a gold-mining town in the 1860s. The name came from two cousins who founded the town and both had the same surname Julian (was one called Sandy, perhaps?!). On the way here, we noticed a lot of burnt tree stumps and ...

    Nearing T-minus 24 hours

    A travel blog entry by gringostarr on Apr 02, 2012

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    ... this trip for quite some time and it's really weird to see it actually beginning to materialize. It could go terribly awry, but it could also turn into the most epic trip I've ever taken, which would be an incredibly tough, but very possible, outcome. I think my mindset is the best it's ever been in for a trip of this nature. I am eerily looking forward to the uncertainty and the detachment. I won't have a phone or ...

    Leaving for China

    A travel blog entry by larrywagner on Mar 29, 2012

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    ... one hand. Larry encouraged Janna to show her spinal diagnosis(from Kaiser site). They let her board early and sit down. Fun watching the expressions as everyone filed in until finally I spotted my love. Flight was 15 hours-movies-The Artist, The Heist and Mission Impossible. Arrived Shanghai. Customs easy. Kyle haggles about price for ride to Suzhou. ...