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Coyote Mountain's South Shoulder, Anza-Borrego

Take this hike for dramatic views of the Anza-Borrego Desert and a different view of Borrego Valley.

La Jolla shooting spree recalls Fletcher family murder tragedy

Borrego ranch killings by drunken scion two decades ago marked wealthy San Diego bankers and landholders as star-crossed.

Borrego: Casa del Zorro coming back

Announcement of escrow closing will come at midnight tonight

An extremely reliable source says that at midnight tonight (Jan. 31), a press release will go out announcing that escrow has closed on the purchase of Borrego Springs's Borrego Ranch Resort & Spa (formerly La ...

Attorney Found Passed Out in Car, Convicted of DUI

San Diego criminal defense lawyer Allen Robert Bloom, 61, was convicted of two DUI counts by a jury in the Vista courthouse on January 19. Deputy Andrew E. Dvorak testified that he could smell vomit ...

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Shelli DeRobertis April 2, 2013 @ 11:31 a.m.

We were blown away this Easter while camping with our off-road vehicles out near Borrego Springs in Ocotilla Wells – the wind gusts were so volatile that Easy-Ups were snapping (including ours and our camping neighbors) and campers were taking cover inside their trailers from getting pelleted with dirt and traveling debris. We like to camp at Holmes Camp, and when we first arrived Saturday about noon, the weather was hot and perfect. But by late afternoon the wind started and never stopped until we packed up on Easter Sunday and headed home a day early. It was nearly impossible to BBQ, have a campfire or egg hunt, and the clouds of dust that swirled on the trails made even riding difficult. We weren’t the only ones to leave, as many riders and campers loaded up and deserted the desert. I later learned that a wind advisory for March 31 in Borrego Springs, Campo and Julian was warning to expect high winds and gusts to 45 MPH. Did anyone else lose anything to the wind?

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emig May 16, 2013 @ 10:21 a.m.

Borrego Springs is my favorite place to be! Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is the most beautiful place I've ever been to, and has so many places to see and explore!

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