Since we knew our route would include several busy highways we decided to enter the area about mid-morning. So we left Desert Center about 8:30 AM Friday, Feb 10th. As we passed into the Palm Springs area we saw the biggest wind farm we had ever seen. It went on for miles and included large, medium and small turbines. Not sure how many there are but it was impressive! The San Gorgonio Pass Wind Farm is a wind farm located on the eastern slope of the San Gorgonio Pass in Riverside County, just east of White Water, California. Developed beginning in the 1980s, it is one of three major wind farms in California, along with those at Altamont and the Tehachapi passes. The gateway into the Coachella Valley, the San Gorgonio Pass is one of the windiest places in Southern California. Thank goodness we did not encounter the wind with our tall rig.
We drove on into Riverside and then Anaheim. We had reservations at Anaheim RV Village on W Ball Road. What a nice clean place! We had the end spot and our own patch of grass. After setting up, Wayne had to have a short siesta!