Life on the Open Road

The continuing saga of a full-time RVer, who travels primarily in the West.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Back to Traveling

For the few readers who are not interested in my children and grandchild, thanks for hanging in there! While I was in San Diego, Randy escaped the heat of Indio at beautiful Pinyon Flat campground, up scenic Hwy 74 at 4000 feet. I joined him there later. We met several interesting folks--Randy is a master at “getting the story.”

When the weather cooled off, we went down to hill to Painted Canyon Road near Mecca, CA. We settled into a wash for the night and hiked the canyon the next day. Impressive!

This tiny town, Mecca, is all Mexican in population, language, flags and flavors. Like a Mexican village transplanted.


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