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  1. Cities and Towns Visited: Banning, California Idyllwild, California Anza, California Parks Traveled: [None] Inscriptions Found: [None] Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those who are battling the fire atop the mountain, just north of Banning. pro et contra, FOREST. Pro The cool wind, the relaxing nature, the trees, the road, pretty much anything you can possibly think about the forest is what I personally love about it. The
  2. Cities and Towns Visited: Manzanita, California Anza, California Live Oak Springs, California Parks Traveled: Anza-Borrego State Park Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: County Highway S-2 is a desert road in south-central California with a fascinating history. Beginning at California Highway 79 near Warner Springs, the road leads south through the Anza-Borrego Desert in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Known as the San Felipe Road, it is also known as
  3. Cities and Towns Visited: Mount Hemet, California Anza, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: When we embarked on this adventure, I was not expecting to see what I had seen, the lush trees and beautiful picturesque vibe of a Bob Ross painting. My wife @Kristina Klein, had mentioned that Mount Laguna and Cuyamaca Mountains used to look like this before we had those horrific fires a few years back.
  4. Cities and Towns Visited: Golden Hills, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: We took a small walk through the city and invite you to come along as we take in the sights and sounds. We really enjoyed walking through Golden Hills, contrary to the bad report card we show in the video, that is not to say it is a bad neighborhood in the evening, but during the day it seemed comfortable to walk through - On the corner of 25th and B street i
  5. Cities and Towns Visited: San Diego, California Bario Logan, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: Mission Dam and Flume, Historical Landmark #52 Earliest irrigation works in California, supplying water to the San Diego Mission fields and gardens. Probably begun late in the 18th century. Completed early in the 19th century. Designed by Alberto De Cordoba, Spanish Engineer here in 1795-97. Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: We had a really nice time, it is and was a sham
  6. Cities and Towns Visited: Barona Reservation, California Ramona, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: Barona Reservation Placard The residents of the Barona Reservation, located in traditional Kumeyaay/Diegueño territory, are descendants of the Hokan-speaking peoples, an ancient language group found throughout California and on into southern Mexico. They are one of 12 bands of the Kumeyaay/Diegueño Tribe. Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: We continued our comment read
  7. Cities and Towns Visited: Pauma, California Ramona, California San Ysabel, California Warner Springs, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: Me got some catch'in up to do with me crew; I hear ye all be in a chanty to much. It seems me First Mate needs to tell the Buccaneers to give a good floggin' to the likes of ye swashbucklin no good seadogs!
  8. Cities and Towns Visited: Pine Valley, California Descanso, California Parks Traveled: Cuyamaca State Park Mount Laguna State Park Laguna Mountains Inscriptions Found: Pedro Fages Trail, Historical Landmark 858 On October 29, 1772, Colonel Pedro Fages headed east from San Diego searching for army deserters. It was the first entry by Europeans into Oriflamme Canyon. From there Fages and his men traveled on through Cajon pass, around the Mojave and the central valley, and eventually reached mission San Luis Obispo as a result, he discovered the Col
  9. Cities and Towns Visited: Bombay, California Parks Traveled: Salton Sea Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: If ever there were an actual pirate village, this be it! Complete with marooned boats and wenches to boot!
  10. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Lakeside, California Borrego Springs, California Pine Valley, California Descanso, California Cuyamaca, California Mount Laguna, California Indio, California Salton Sea, California Julian, California Southern Border Wall Ranchita California Parks Traveled: Anza Borrego State Park Cuyamaca Mountain State Park Mount Laguna State Park Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Autho
  11. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Lakeside, California Borrego Springs, California Pine Valley, California Descanso, California Cuyamaca, California Mount Laguna, California Parks Traveled: Cuyamaca State Park Mount Laguna State Park Borrego Springs State Park Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: We officially found the place the pirates go to bury their treasure! Oh, you'll see.
  12. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: Mast Park Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: Now this was an interesting day not only because we were able to see something, I'd like to call -- Majestic, and yes that is the word, because the only way we can turn bad day's, good, is by making them good, noone will do it for you, you have to do it yourself! Sorry, started getting off topic, because, you see, there are riots in our town, and on this particular
  13. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: Join us as we travel through the less known parts of our little town, can I even call it little anymore, I feel with all the through traffic, this town has become a traffic nightmare, and you all wonder why we take you on these adventures! Seriously though, join us as we walk through areas less known by the mass public. The local way, as you will.
  14. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: Mast Park Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: Join us as we take a walk through the park we keep on passing by, Mast Park, located in Santee, California. All of this since they renovated the park after years of neglect and dilapidation.
  15. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: Mast Park Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: When you are locked down unable to go places, let a walk and a small camera be your guide.
  16. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: KCBQ-FM Radio Personality Placard In 1958, on this site at 9416 Mission Gorge Road, owner Lee Bartell built the KCBQ AM 1170 radio broadcast facility with its 50,000 watt transmitter and six 200 foot towers. For many years KCBQ AM 1170 was San Diego’s only 50,000 watt AM radio station. From this location, between 1958 and 1978, legendary radio personalities broadcast the best “top 40” music, news and entertainment to all of San Diego County, During this period KCBQ AM 1170 was on
  17. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: None Inscriptions Found: None Images Gathered During Trip: All Images are found in Ol'Salty's Spyglass Author Thoughts: We celebrated getting one year older, during lockdown -- just like so many others in the world in the year 2020.
  18. Cities and Towns Visited: El Cajon Alpine Jacumba Peak Pine Valley Lakeside Flinn Springs Boulevard Bankhead Parks Traveled: Cleveland National Park Boulder Park Inscriptions Found: Desert Tower National Monument, Historical Landmark 939 "Bert Vaughn of Jacumba built the stone tower in 1922-23 to commemorate the pioneers and road and railroad builders who opened the area. In the 1930s W.T. Ratcliffe carved the stone animal figures which lurk in the rocks surrounding the tower, creating a fantasy world of surprise a
  19. Cities and Towns Visited: El Cajon Alpine Descanso Julian Borrego Springs Parks Traveled: Cuyamaca State Park Anza - Borrego State Park Inscriptions Found: Los Puertecitos National Monument, Historical Landmark 635 Juan Bautista de Anza's expedition marched through this little pass December 19, 1775. On its way to strengthen Spanish colonization in California. Many of the 240 members of the party were recruited from Mexico to be the first residents of San Francisco. They had camped the preceding night somewhere in the wide flats just
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