2016 Westward HO travel blog

Campsite

Interesting sign

Welcome Tapo Canyon

View from campsite

View from campsite

Candy sitting back


There is no cell service which means no Wi-Fi at the campground so updates will be spotty. Once we leave on Tuesday we will have service again.

We started our journey to Simi Valley today. It is only about 60 miles but driving in this traffic is like traveling an entire day. We did drive thru downtown Los Angles because it was the most direct route to take so we did get to experience the crazy traffic. I still say people must no work here because they are always on the road. We did find a campground in Simi Valley that was not the overpriced ones we have been staying in since arriving in California. It is a county park located just outside of town in the foothills. It is called Tapo Canyon County Park but it has full hook-ups which is not the normal for county parks. One thing we did discover was there is no cell service out here, so we need to drive the couple of miles to get service.

After getting set up we drove to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library to find out when they will be open to the public again. We were told the funeral will be held on Friday so the library will be open to the public on Sunday. That has changed out plans to be here a little longer, we will wait until Monday to visit the library. Viewing for the public of Nancy Reagan will be on Wednesday and Thursday at the library which we will participate.



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