MEMORIAL DAY 2001

 

Memorial Day weekend was a raging success from an RV 'ers point of view. Customers came from Bakersfield, Lancaster, and Palmdale, saving precious gas on the short trip.Gorgeous weather, cool evenings and howling coyotes all combined to make this a special holiday and uncrowded alternative.

Guests enjoyed peace and quiet and privacy on our spacious grounds. This weekend marked the debut of a freshly surfaced road up to Twin Lakes, reducing dust and accommodating the largest of motorhomes and 5th wheel trailers. Folks enjoyed catching fish and just relaxing during the pleasant days.

In the evening, the campfire was a popular place since the evening pine scented air was cool. July and August are the warmest months at Indian Hill, but be warned that you must always bring a jacket for evening time. AC wonít be necessary for a comfortable stay in your RV at night.

Plan to come for a full moon. The June 5th moon was totally awesome and July and August will be just as magnificent.

Sometimes in late July and early August we have roving thunderstorms which add special sight, smell and sound effects to your visit. They come and go quickly, making a pleasant experience.

The grass is tall this year; 900 head of sheep are happily grazing the ranch, now almost totally void of Starthistle, thanks to Chuck Mc Cullough and the Tehachapi Resource Conservation District efforts.

If you are up to the challenge, a hike around the ranch will be filled with sights of wildlife, birds, and native vegetation. Some of the great Oaks are truly magnificent and especially nice this year. The afternoon breeze will be refreshing; bring a kid, a kite and a fishing pole. When the fish donít bite, fly the kite.

Jump into one of only 12 sites at Twin Lakes. Each one is different with a variety of special features. 9 of the sites have electric and water hookups. Most are large enough for your rig and a friend or two.

If privacy is your thing, ask about your very own lock and take the key restroom for your family and belongings. Call Barbara and ask for information or make a reservation. (661) 822-6613

 

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