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Lesser Known California

California has a lot to see if you are a landscape photographer. The state has more than its fair share of beautiful national parks like Kings Canyon, Sequoia, Yosemite and Death Valley. 310 more words

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Anarchy in the desert of Borrego Springs CA

We’ve met tons of new people in the desert at Borrego Springs.

Most RV’ers are drawn to this area to spend winter for the plentiful sunshine, be-still-my-heart 70+ degree January temps and thousands of acres of free camping. 605 more words

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Our stay at Borrego Springs Ca.

Wow,, we have really enjoyed our stay in Borrego Springs and our time spent exploring the Anza Borrego Desert State Park. The park is 600,000 acres and is the largest State Park in California and is second largest only to New York’s Adirondack Park as far as the Continental USA goes. 1,468 more words

A Little About Us

Bucket list ideas >> Cave hunting in Anza Borrego Park

There are about 22 caves in Anza Borrego Park, located about 3 hours east of San Diego, CA. These mud caves are popular for reaching heights of up to 1000 ft and you get to climb them inside out! 42 more words

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Travel day to Borrego Springs

Friday morning, 12/26 was another travel day. It was time to lift our jacks and reluctantly leave the Jojoba Hills SKP Park. So after getting everything stowed and making one more trip to one of the lemon tree’s to pick a couple fresh lemons for the road we were off, but we WILL return. 414 more words

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Double Take?

dou·ble takenoun – a delayed reaction to something unexpected, immediately after one’s first reaction.

Have you ever gone on a ride and did a u-turn just to see if you really saw what you think you saw? 368 more words