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Category Archives: California
We pulled into Paradise by the Sea RV Resort on January 18th and said one night to start and we’ll let you know tomorrow how long we’re staying. Our initial plan was to stay in San Diego, 34 miles south. We … Continue reading
There’s something sexy about “let’s go to Malibu”. We stayed 8 nights in a nice RV park right off the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) and overlooking the Pacific Ocean. There were a few camping levels as you made your way … Continue reading
It’s sad leaving this wonderful RV resort in Indio that we have been in for 3 weeks – a fabulous location, great weather, friendly and outgoing people, plenty of activities to keep us busy all day, new friends and stories … Continue reading
Borrego Springs is fast becoming known for its magical menagerie of freestanding life- size sculptures scattered throughout the desert. The sculptures sit on private parcels of land owned by Dennis Avery (the Avery label family) known as Galleta Meadows Estate … Continue reading
Provincial parks, national parks, state parks, city parks, private parks, Walmart, casinos, boon docking, fair grounds – so many options – but none so impressive as the “RV Resort”. We are staying at the Outdoor Resort Indio, described as The … Continue reading
RV Rally’s are not created equal although they all have so much to offer! There are those that can be described as “an all-inclusive holiday for RV’s” and those described as a “working conference”.
Since leaving Toronto the end of July we’ve pretty much known where we’re going and what we’re doing – right up to and including the Rose Parade. Now that it’s over – now what?
This rally wasn’t just about the parade although that would have been enough! Besides the Get Acquainted Social, float decorating event, Showcase of Floats and the Parade itself there was a lot organized to keep us busy.
Parade Day – alarm set for 4:30 am; on the bus at 5:45; bus departed at 6:00; in a traffic jam at 6:30; at our bleacher seats at 7:00; parade started at 8 a.m. Our $95 seats were 1 block … Continue reading