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May 29, 2015: The two RV Gypsies finally got their RV out of repair and drove it from San Diego to Pomona, California. The traffic was extremely heavy and slow moving. It took twice as long as the GPS said it would. Although it was a highway, there was a lot of complete stopping and barely moving for most of the trip. Karen Duquette just snapped a few photos along the way to post, plus the photos and comments about Fairplex Los Angeles KOA below.

Karen's sister loves the Ducks

Typical traffic

Let's Go Ducks sign
heavy traffic

Not sure what this rocket is all about.

Karen's sister loves the Angels.

rocket
Angel Stadium sign in Anaheim
 

Fairplex Los Angles KOA
2200 North White Avenue
Pomona, California
'909-593-8915 or '888-562-4230
May 27 - June 9, 2015
SPECIAL COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TWO RV GYPSIES

Fairplex Los Angeles KOA campground is a large campground with 182 pull-thru sites that are all full hook-ups, some 30 amp and some 50 amp, plus 2 handicap car parking spaces, with paved roads and paved sites with a dab of grass and a picnic table. It is probably the cleanest, best maintained KOA the two RV Gypsies have stayed at.

The campground Wi-Fi was coded and worked fast. There were eight TV channels including ABC, NBC,and CBS. The campground had video surveillance, property lighting, decent water pressure, coded restrooms, laundry, a mini-market, cabins, an unheated pool, and a small hot tub which closed at 10 p.m. (but it wasn't enforced).

The brochure mentioned a clubhouse, but the two RV Gypsies did not check it out. Big vehicles came and swept the streets and empty sites. Tree trimmers trimmed trees, even on the sites that were occupied. The two RV Gypsies did not appreciate that. Then the workers asked if they could get on the roof of the RV to clean the limbs and leaves off of it. Karen found this annoying.

There were no rules about vehicle washing, and the two RV Gypsies noticed a big rig being cleaned by a professional vehicle washing company, even though this part of California is in a drought situation with water restrictions.

No check-out time was stated on the brochure. All-in-all a lovely campground, but on the expensive side compared to other KOAs.

Fairplex KOA sign

Tribute to Freedom monument Tribute to Freedom  plaque
the RV of the two RV Gypsies at Fairplex
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Menu for the two RV Gypsies in California. You may view these 3 sections in any order you choose. There is also a link to Oregon at the bottom of this page.

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Section 1 of 4: San Diego

Entering the state of California

Mount Helix Park

USS Midway (CV-41)
and several memorials

A National Salute to Bob Hope
and The Military

Unconditional Surrender Statues (FL 2013 & CA 2015)

Artwork - "Our Silences"

Beaches in San Diego

Balboa Park

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

San Diego Botanical Gardens

Cabrillo National Monument

Pio Pico Thousand Trails

Hotels

Section 2 of 4: Los Angeles County

Fairflex Los Angeles KOA in Pomona

Mt. Baldy Park

Los Angles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden

Section 3 of 4: San Francisco

Fisherman's Wharf and the seals

Lombard - The zig-zag street

Golden Gate Bridge - 2009 and 2015

Eureka KOA

Section 4 of 4: The Redwoods - Giant trees & more

Willits - Gateway to the Redwoods

Travel photos and some elk

Avenue of the Giants

The Drive Thru Tree #1

The Drive Thru Tree #2

Beach at Redwood National Park

Trees of Mystery - page 1

Aerial Tram at Trees of Mystery

Tall Tale trail at Trees of Mystery

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