Got a story for you. I lived in San Diego from 1969 to about 1988. Back in the late 70's / early 80's I had a few friends I went off-roading with. One of the areas we went was east of Tierra Santa. Now keep in mind that it was much smaller, more isolated, and 52 didn't go out there. The land that was to become Mission Trails was there, but undeveloped. You could usually find a way to sneek in and drive around. Once you got in past any barricades there might be to keep you from going off-road, there weren't any fences, so where you went was more a function of road conditions and what kind of vehice you had. Now and then the sheriff would send a helicopter over to chase you out, but that was rare.Yeti_Rider said:Trails north of 52 and MT? there is such a thing? ;-)
Good grief, man... "Claro que si'!" is mexican vernacular for "of course!" or more directly translated, "Clearly, yes!".Gimper4JC said:Hmmm... I dont speak spanish.
Nice find! I bet you could put a wicked edge on that thing. The only souvenirs I ever found out there were empty cartridges and pieces of exploded artillery shells. We left all that stuff., along with the sign.mateoway said:all the souvenirs
Like I said, I don't speak Spanish. (except, " carne asada burrito w/sour cream & guaclamolie) (don't ya love the speeling)EBasil said:Good grief, man... "Claro que si'!" is mexican vernacular for "of course!" or more directly translated, "Clearly, yes!".
My screen name here/everywhere at AOL. YetiRider found me...
It's not a big secret, though. There's a whole network of singletracks, now littered with felled or deadfall trees since the '03 fires. They just go in and around all the homes, and are all open to bikes/hikers, etc... I haven't ridden them lately because of all the deadfall.