Sunday, May 6, 2007
Everyone seemed to enjoy last year’s departure from the routine, where we toured inland to the high country near Anza, looping back through Idyllwild at 6,000 feet for lunch, then back through Hemet and the beautiful Wine Country before returning to base. Returning to tradition this year with some additional flair, we will embark on a short tour of the back roads of north San Diego County as we have in the past, with two alternatives for a lunch stop – a small lakeside restaurant at Lake Wohlford or a rib house in Valley Center (choice to be determined by vote at the start of the ride).
The base of the ride will be the Rainbow Oaks Restaurant as usual, where you may come early for a hearty breakfast and enjoy some refreshment at the end of the ride as well. Details of the ride are as follows:
TIME and DATE: Sunday, May 6; Breakfast Arrival as you wish; Ride leaves at 10AM
BASE LOCATION: Rainbow Oaks Restaurant – Rainbow Valley Blvd., Rainbow, CA
Ample Parking Available at and around the Restaurant
From the North:
Exit Interstate 15 at Rainbow Valley Blvd., just South of Temecula; turn left to cross over the freeway, then South along the east side frontage road (Rainbow Valley Blvd.) for about 2 miles or less; restaurant is on your left.
From the South:
Exit Interstate 15 at Mission Rd. (Fallbrook) exit; turn right and proceed north along east frontage road for about two miles; restaurant is on your right.
There should be gas available at Rainbow Oaks; otherwise, be sure you are gassed up before departure. We will make a gas stop in Valley Center, but this is approximately 40 miles from the start. We WILL need a volunteer for trouble truck, as this route takes us through some rather spectacular hinterlands! The entire route is about 100 miles in circuit, but is quite varied and scenic throughout. The ride should conclude about 3 PM or slightly earlier.
COME JOIN US For a Day of Fun, Great Scenery and Enjoyable Company!
INFORMATION: Contact Jim Falk at (909) 461-6714 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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