This was going to be our exit point from San Diego but some medical issues have come up that are going to keep us here a little longer than originally planned. Seriously, I think that dealing with medical issues on the road is the hardest part of this lifestyle...fortunately we are in our former home town so we have access to a medical system we are familiar with.
It can be challenging to find RV sites for a stay longer than a few days in San Diego if you don't plan ahead...this city books up fast! We'll hop around to a couple of different places over the next few weeks and if all goes well we'll be back on the road in early March.
How about some pretty pictures of the past few weeks in San Diego?
|We enjoyed the new Africa Rocks exhibit at the San Diego Zoo, where the habitats go from savanna to the sea and |
baboons are a big deal!
|The botanical exhibits at the Zoo are worth the trip as well.|
|Succulents in bloom at the San Diego Zoo.|
|On Free National Park day we hiked the bay trail at Cabrillo National Monument where stunning views are the norm.|
|Historic lighthouse at Cabrillo National Monument.|
|I participated in the San Diego Women's March with good friends and tens of thousands of other like-minded souls.|
|A -2.0 tide at Sunset Cliffs...it was fun to poke around but disappointing that we saw very little marine life.|
|Seals at the Children's Pool in La Jolla.|
|Cormorants nesting on the cliffs in La Jolla,|
|Hollenbeck Canyon was a pleasant surprise just a few miles from our site at Sweetwater Reservoir.|
The one rain storm in January provided enough moisture for the canyon to green up like it was spring!
|Hollenbeck Canyon trail.|
|That's us in site #84 at the end of the row, nothing but big views from our patio.|
|After a month of asphalt and close neighbors at Mission Bay all three of us enjoy the open space at Sweetwater!|