Pechanga RV Resort has 210 individual sites on their map. When we checked in on Thursday, the place was fully booked. Today, after enjoying the Presidents’ Day holiday weekend, perhaps only 30% are remaining. In fact Row D where Honu is assigned, all except for our next door neighbor have left. With children gone to return to school tomorrow, it turned out to be a quiet Presidents’ Day.
The two of us went to a nearby shopping center. To use our time efficiently, J.J. went to Von’s for groceries while I went to Target to resupply household goods. Finding parking stalls that are long enough to accommodate Honu is a challenge — especially in California.
Marie Calendar as our lunch choices was heavily influenced by their tandem parking. My veggie tacos with fresh fruits were superb. J.J.’s quiche seemed unusual but he liked the potato soup.
Stopped to load diesel and J.J. also asked for propane which is used primarily for cooking in Honu. The last time we loaded propane was 2 years ago at KOA San Antonio, Texas. Today J.J. asked for 8 gallons and paid $30.
Our plan on calling for a free shuttle to check out the Pechanga Casino was aborted by a sudden downpour and drop in temperature. Tomorrow is expected to be sunny with the early morning temperature at 36 degrees Fahrenheit.
Aloha -- Cathi