|Heading west on Dillon Road, Desert Hot Springs.|
|Traffic was reasonable for a Saturday on the Thanksgiving weekend.|
|Beautiful RV Park|
|Readying to back into our site.|
|Backing in to the long 55' level sites.|
|I always love when I can back in - or roll into a long pull through - without having to remove the swivel wheel.|
|A stunningly beautiful club house at the Journey golf resort.|
|A beautiful golf course layout too....|
If the forecast rain does not materialize, I may just try to play a twilight round today or tomorrow. We'll see what Jeanette's plans include before committing to play.Although rain was forecast for our area, we chose to motorcycle south, on Highway 79, to Julian and further south into San Diego. Although the skies were ominous, we did escape rain.
|Route 79 - south of Temecula towards the lovely town of Julian, CA.|
|Beautiful ranches dot the countryside|
|Arriving in the town of Julian|
Home (Town of Julian Web Site)
|The temperature dropped quite quickly at 4,000 feet.|
|Although we skirted the rain, we did feel the temperature rising as we approached I-8 in the extreme southern end of the State of California.|
We did not spend a whole lot of time in San Diego area because we plan to RV into this area on Wednesday. We did head north on I-15 towards Temecula with a view to arrive back at Pachanga before nightfall. And we did just that.
|I-15 freeway north from San Diego, CA|
The weather today (Monday) is calling for possible lite drizzle (20%) but as I am about to post this, the sun is out, the sky is blue and the threat of rain is higher for tomorrow (Tuesday). So, we look forward to getting out and discovering more interesting offerings in this lovely area of southern California.
Thanks for dropping by.