[pct-l] Public Transportation to Border

Sean Nordeen sean at lifesadventures.net
Fri Apr 17 09:41:22 CDT 2009

Actually, I no longer need this.  Someone has volunteered this morning to 
drive an hour to pick me up and another 2.5 hours to the border today.  I'm 
going to owe them a very big favor when this is all done.

Thanks for the replies.

>>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>>> From: "Sean Nordeen" <sean at lifesadventures.net>
>>> To: <pct-l at backcountry.net>
>>> Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 11:00 PM
>>> Subject: [pct-l] Public Transportation to Border
>>>>I know this has been talked about before, but I can't find it and I need 
>>>>the information now.
>>>> If I take Amtrak from LA, I would get off at the Old Town Station and 
>>>> find the Green Line trolley and take it to the El Cajon Transit Center. 
>>>> There I would get on the 894 bus to Campo (3 times a day,9am, 4pm, and 
>>>> 5pm). The trolley would cost $2.50 and the bus would cost $10 (for 2 
>>>> zone travel).
>>>> Do I have this correct?
>>>> If one arrives in Campo in the evening (~6pm or 7pm), where is it 
>>>> recommened that one sleep that night since you aren't going to get very 
>>>> far before its completely dark.
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Sean
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