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  1. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - Walk Through Mast Park | Humanastory | 1.011 Real places by real people who share real adventure. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: Mast Park Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  2. In This Episode: Today's Adventure - Santee California | Humanastory | 1.010 Real places by real people who share real adventure. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee, California Parks Traveled: Mast Park Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  3. In This Episode: Join Us as we explore the old plot of KCBQ-FM a major radio station on the west coast of California. Cities and Towns Visited: Santee Parks Traveled: NONE Monument Visited: KCBQ-FM Radio Personality Placard Inscriptions Found: "In 1958, on this site at 9416 Mission Gorge Road, owner Lee Bartell built the KCBQ AM 1170 radio broadcast facility with its 50,000 watt transmitter and six 200 foot towers. For many years KCBQ AM 1170 was San Diego’s only 50,000 watt AM radio station. From this location, between 1958 and 1978, legendary radio personalities broadcast the best “top 40” music, news and entertainment to all of San Diego County, During this period KCBQ AM 1170 was one of the best known and most imitated stations in the broadcast industry." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  4. In This Episode: Join Us as we celebrate getting one year older! Cities and Towns Visited: None Parks Traveled: None Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None" Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  5. In This Episode: Join Us as we explore the Mysterious Egg at home during the Corvid-19 outbreak. Cities and Towns Visited: San Diego, California Santee, California La Mesa, California Lakeside, California Parks Traveled: None Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None" Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  6. In This Episode: Today's Adventure brings us to the inland city of Santee, incorporated in 1980. Join us as we explore not only the summit, but it all began. Cities and Towns Visited: El Cajon Alpine Descanso Julian Borrego Springs Flinn Springs Parks Traveled: Mast Park Mission Trail Creek Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None" Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  7. In This Episode: Today's Adventure brings us to the mountain known as Box Canyon. Join us as we explore not only the summit, but it all began. Cities and Towns Visited: Ramona El Cajon Lakeside Buckman Springs Campo Ocotillo Wells Ramona Lake Cahuilla Parks Traveled: Butterfield Ranch Monument Visited: Buckman Springs Box Canyon Inscriptions Found: Buckman Springs: "Not far from here, Amos Buckman (1820 – 1898) discovered what is known today as Buckman Springs. After spending time in the Napa Valley following his arrival from Massachusetts, he moved his family to San Diego in 1871. The Buckmans eventually settled near here after Amos heard of a natural spring in the area. He located the spring and built a house and barn nearby On September 27, 1881, Amos Buckman was awarded a homestead of 160 acres. Analysis of the water showed it was naturally carbonated with lithia, potassium, sodium, calcium sulfates and carbonates, magnesium and iron. News of the find soon spread and people came. A campground and cabins were built; later a small hotel and country store were added to accommodate the visitors. Amos Buckman found both a process and investor to bottle the fizzy health drink he called “Buckman Springs Lithia Water”, which his customers bought by the case." Box Canyon, Historical Landmark, 472 "The old way variously known as Sonora, Colorado River or Southern Emigrant Trail and later as Butterfield Overland Mail Route traversed Box Canyon just east of here. January 19, 1847, the Mormon Battalion, under command of Lt-Col. Philip St G Cooke, using hand tools hewed a passage through the rocky walls of the narrow gorge for their wagons and opened the first road into Southern California." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  8. In This Episode: Today's Adventure brings us to the mountain known as Palomar Mountain. Join us as we explore not only the summit, but where the observatory resides. Cities and Towns Visited: Ramona Santa Ysabel Pauma Valley Mesa Grande Parks Traveled: Palomar Mountain State Park Monument Visited: None Inscriptions Found: "None" Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  9. In This Episode: Today's adventure brings us to the Historical San Pasqual Battlefield in the San Pasqual Valley of San Diego, without this historic fight, America would not be what it is today. Cities and Towns Visited: Ramona San Pasqual Valley Escondido Parks Traveled: San Pasqual Battlefield State Historical Park Monument Visited: Battle of Pasqual, Historical Landmark, 533 Inscriptions Found: "While marching to the conquest and occupation of California during the Mexican War, a detachment of 1st U.S. Dragoons, under the command of Brig. Gen. Stephen W. Kearny, was met on this site by native California lancers under, the command of Gen. Andres Pico. In this battle, fought on December 6, 1846, severe losses were incurred by the American forces. The native Californians withdrew after Kearny had rallied his men on the field. Gallant action on the part of both forces characterized the battle of San Pasqual, one of the significant actions during the Mexican War of 1846-1848." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  10. In This Episode: Today's adventure brings us to the Historical Desert Tower on old Route 80 in the country hillsides of East County, San Diego. Cities and Towns Visited: El Cajon Alpine Jacumba Peak Pine Valley Lakeside Flinn Springs Boulevard Bankhead Parks Traveled: Cleveland National Park Boulder Park Monument Visited: Desert Tower National Monument, Historical Landmark 939 Inscriptions Found: "Bert Vaughn of Jacumba built the stone tower in 1922-23 to commemorate the pioneers and road and railroad builders who opened the area. In the 1930s W.T. Ratcliffe carved the stone animal figures which lurk in the rocks surrounding the tower, creating a fantasy world of surprise and strange beauty. This remarkable sculptural assemblage is one of California's exceptional folk art environments." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/
  11. In This Episode: Today's adventure brings us to the Los Puertecitos National Monument and the country hillsides of East County, San Diego. Mysteries await us as we travel deep in the deserts of Borrego Springs; Cities and Towns Visited: El Cajon Alpine Descanso Julian Borrego Springs Parks Traveled: Cuyamaca State Park Anza - Borrego State Park Monument Visited: Los Puertecitos National Monument, Historical Landmark 635, Historic Monument Inscriptions Found: "Juan Bautista de Anza's expedition marched through this little pass December 19, 1775. On its way to strengthen Spanish colonization in California. Many of the 240 members of the party were recruited from Mexico to be the first residents of San Francisco. They had camped the preceding night somewhere in the wide flats just east of this monument." Images Gathered During Trip: https://community.humanastory.com/gallery/ Remember to release good vibes.
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