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We have dreamed of this for many years and finally our dream has come true.
We are looking forward to many happy miles ahead.
One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things. Henry Miller.

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Arrival Lost Hills KOA

19 April 2019

Our last days at Seal Beach NWS Famcamp, finally spotted a Blue Heron on a nest, rabbit and ground squirrel of which there are many. No coyotes this trip as before on our previous 4 visits. Must say this is a very nice campground and well maintained. Staff is very helpful and nice.






Ground Squirrel
We went to the beach one day.





John completed installing the new fridge to the inverter. Had to make several trips to Lowe's and Thompson RV for parts.Another chore off the list.

Our drive to Lost Hills and the KOA took us 405 to 605 to IH 5 and exit 278 due to horrible LA traffic the 175 mlles took us around 5hours. The campground is under new ownership and the only RV park in Lost Hills which consists mostly of Gas stations, fast food and RV/Truck washes. No grocery stores except what you can buy in the gas stations. Our reason for stopping here on the way to Travis AFB was John wanted to drive over to Cambria to document a Radar site that closed in 1980. Normally we stop in Bakersfield.

IH 5 Traffic
KOA Lost HIlls #53


On our drive the hills were actually green..something we haven't seen in a very long time.




We depart here on the 23rd. The weather is very windy and hotter. Had to bring the slides in during the night for fear that the slide covers might be damaged.

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