This post is an entry into the weekly contest of @thesocalhive where we show our California.
I was driving in San Diego county recently and was a bit inland near some rolling hills, mountains and lakes. The countryside is beautiful and San Diego’s climate is hard to beat, as it has tropical vibes, yet enough sun to feel like California.
One thing that struck me was the prevalence of Indian Reservations that are in that area. Do Much of the land had been set aside for these reservations, though they are not closed to the general public. I pulled off the road and snapped this picture on one of the reservations:
There are some famous Indian Reservations around here as they are allowed to have Casinos on the reservations, while the rest of the state is closed to casinos so the different tribes have monopolies, so to speak, on the industry. But there are many that do not have casinos, so they are less known, but driving through San Diego county helped me see some more of them.
Thank you for coming by and seeing a piece of my California.