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Jan 7, 2014 - Lake Elsinore, Chino & Lompac CA

We drove a couple of hours to Lake Elsinore on January 2 to spend a few days at Lake Park RV, waiting for the final RV part to get in. The company, in Indiana, was closed for the holidays; then the midwest snowstorm delayed shipping. So we wait. No snow here but it's affecting us! The Lake Elsinore of Lake Elsinore is very low of water. What a severe drought is happening here! The hills generally are green this time of year, now are very dry and brittle. Several fires have already happened and more will come. As usual we explored the...

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Dec 14, 2013 - Chino & San Diego CA

From several RV dealers we got recommendations for a service center that could do heavy duty chassis work. We needed new shocks and a few other things taken care of. Several mentioned McBride's in Chino, CA, so we got in touch with them and they could fit us in. So, that was our next stop. (December 14, 2013) They set us up in a corner near a field at the back of their work-yard. If we didn't turn around it was a nice little spot. They'd work on it during the day and we'd stay in it at night. Because of the delay in obtaining a couple of...

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Mar 29, 2008 - Test Entry

Hi, this is a test entry so we can practice putting entries into our travel journal. W're sorry if this got you all excited thinking you would read something really cool about our up-coming trip. Sorry to disppoint you. Please be patient, we're old and slow. Stan & Dar

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Dec 31, 2007 - Happy New Year!

Hey, people. Thought we'd wish you all a Happy New Year now, since you'll get there before we will. Our current location is Chino, CA, in a very nice park called Prado in San Bernardino County. We will hang out here for a couple of days to finish out the holidays. (The park we just left, Rancho Jarupa, is about 16 miles from here, but we've already stayed the limit there, so we had to move). There are people here who are "full-timers" that go back and forth between the two parks. We can understand why. It's very pleasant here in Southern...

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