Four Points Bulletin

Travels north, east, south, and west of our Oceanside home base.

I cannot tell you how many times I have looked at a map on a kiosk and wondered why the ‘You are here’ symbol was there.

Yes, I know where I am, thank you. I want to know where to go, and I will figure it out myself…

Today kiosks everywhere sought their revenge upon me, there was no ‘You are here’ symbol and I was totally lost. In fact, I didn’t figure it out until our return home. Now it is totally clear, but at the time, I was turned around and the map and informational kiosk supplied no help at all.

I have been curious about the hiking off a dirt road just past the 10.0 mile marker along the S-22, en route to Anza Borrego State Park. I know now the dirt road is Old Culp Valley Road. As we walked along the road, watching hawks fly by and white tailed squirrels scutter past, we found the most amazing place we want to camp at in the near future.

Not all those who wander are lost…

One thought on “Culp Valley Cultural Preserve, Anza Borrego State Park

  1. Denise says:

    WOW, what a day in Borrego. We head there soon, too. Let’s talk about that camping spot, deal!? What fun, all of it. I absolutely love that photo of A1 sleep. You wore her out. She is always so joyful in nature. I love that. You guys are really leading the way. Keep it up.

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