Palomar Mountain Meander

Camping facilities at the Pauma Valley "Rancho Corrido" resort were quite nice. We all camped on grass with full hookups (for those who wished them) under large shady oak trees, with a sunny grassy knoll nearby for picture taking at the "show and shine". Saturday's run took us up the old Nate Harrison Grade, the only dirt road on the mountain still open to the public. Upon arriving at the top, after a scenic ascent and a tour of Doane Valley, we were greeted at "Mom's Cabin" for a great lunch. After lunch we drove to the Palomar Observatory, for a quick look and then descended the South Grade.
Mom's cabin

Lunch on the porch of "Mom's" cabin

Show 'N Shine

"Show 'N Shine" at the Palomar Meander

Manx Booth

The Manx Dune Buggy Club booth