Ramona and tourism
We have been to the Ramona Bowl twice, including this year. The play makes each of the cultures come “alive.”
A previous weekly question had asked about new businesses, and it got me thinking. Where are the vendors offering the following?
1. Hike the “Rock Indian” trail of The Ramona Bowl to see all the hiding places. Enjoy a panoramic view of the San Jacinto Valley. Take the bus to an authentic Native American luncheon that includes Native American dancing to entertain you during lunch.
2. Tour backstage at The Ramona Bowl and meet the cast members, then enjoy an authentic “fiesta” at the Hacienda.
3. Learn how sheep are sheared. See how sheared wool is made into fabric and felt, and learn about competitions among sheep shearers and yarn spinners. Then, enjoy an old-fashioned cowboy dinner at the ranch.
4. Helicopter ride over The Ramona Bowl, Diamond Valley Lake, Lake Skinner and the valley’s orange groves. Learn what goes into making orange juice followed by brunch in the orange groves with mimosas (of course), etc.
We really enjoy reading The Valley Chronicle, and love the top icons for articles in the paper. Articles like, “Finding work after 50” are a great read.
Thanks for all your paper does.
I moved to Hemet nine years ago and have been employed at the same place for eight years. Every morning on my way to work, I pass by this lovely couple out walking. During their walk, they pick up the trash that’s in their path. I have always thought that it is a wonderful act for them to do, and have wanted to acknowledge them.
I won’t say where they do this, but they know who they are. I would like to give a big “Thank You” to them, and want them to know how much they are appreciated. It is so nice to have the streets where I live trash-free.