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We are so fortunate to live in an area that has so much natural beauty! You can drive for ever and still not pass another car, or even a bicycle! The air is amazing, fresh and clean with a bounty of scenery to take in....More
This place is filled with homeless people living in the woods that will threaten to kill you for being on public land. Patrol Capitan Michelle barrios refuses to do her job and clear them out and will insult you and discriminate against you for reporting...More