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We have dreamed of this for many years and finally our dream has come true.
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Monday, December 1, 2014

Leaving Coronado & Arriving Pendleton Marine Base

30 November-1 December 2014

Tomorrow we say goodby to Fiddler's Cove and depart for Camp Pendleton Marine Base Del Mar RV park where we will be until the 29th of December.

Before departing Coronado, we took some evening photos of Del Coronado Hotel at night. Very beautiful. Also had one last day on the Navy Air Station Beach,our favorite. We are looking forward to a return visit next year as this is definitely one of our favorite military campgrounds.
Beach View at Night

Del Coronado at Night

Swimming Pool on the Beach

Outside Venues

Stained Glass Original to Hotel

Del Coronado Hotel Dining Room


Last Day at  Beach

Coronado Sunset

Just Had to Say Goodby to Sandy
Last View  of Navy Ships Across the Bay

Last year when we were at Pendleton we had a front row space, but opted this year to take a site on the second row which is $8/day less. Still have view of the Pacific. Sites are on sand with full hookups for $30/day. So we are in site 34.
Site #34 Del Mar Beach Camp Pendleton

Another View

More Gulls than People on Beach

Marines in Training

Camp Pendleton  is the major West Coast Marine base whose mission is to train for combat readiness. Noticed on my walk to beach that a group of marines were training on the beach. Last year we watch the amphibious training. This is another favorite of our Rv Parks.

After publishing, got some photos of the Amphibious Landing Craft passing by the campground.

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