We have gone into hibernation till spring 2016
We had a absolutely awesome start to Sept. Labor day weekend was a great time had
by all. We are now moving through Sept and to the end of the season. We will still
have sites open til Oct 1 then Keith & Konnie go into hibernation. Remember the gate is now closing at 9:pm.
We are completely full could not fit a flea for the Labor day weekend.
We had a phone call last night from a lady who confirmed we are the “campground across from South Beach with horses” and checked we had availability. Then said she would be “right over”. This was the extent of the conversation and I thought she was coming from the beach which is 5 minutes or less to here. 1 ½ hours later she still had not arrived and it is time to close the gate. At this point we are exhausted and figured she must have changed her mind, we get these kind of phone calls all the time do not have any idea what the people decide to do?????? The short of it we closed the gate and went to bed to wake up this morning to a voice mail that we had locked the lady out she arrived nearly 45 minutes late and as we tell everyone WE DO NOT HEAR THE PHONE AT THAT TIME. While we are willing to work with late night arrivals we do need to have that information so we can work out the particulars of your getting in.
So what is late? When you get up as early as we do it is dark or shortly thereafter. At this point the gate is getting closed at 9:30 pm. After Labor day that is going to 9:00pm
PLEASE – PLEASE Let us know if you are going to be later than that. We hate thinking of someone being locked out. So sorry to have done that toyou.
CAN I BRING HAY INTO CALIFORNIA?
In general, there are not specific restrictions on bringing hay into California; however, it must be free from noxious weeds and insect pests and is subject to inspection upon arrival at our border stations. If bringing hay, be sure it is loaded so the outer surface of the bales can be easily seen. Most hay passes inspection, but occasionally pests are found and the shipment is rejected. In this event, you may need to return the hay out-of-state if it cannot be easily disposed of at the station.
This is copy and pasted from: www.cdfa.ca.gov/plant/pe/ExteriorExclusion/borders_faq.html you can go to either of these links for more information http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/
We hear the local fishermen are bringing in “tuna” and there is now fresh tuna available down at the Harbor.