Greyhound/TNM&O buses now arrive at a new depot across 1st St., next to the Amtrak station.
Re: Tingley Aquatic Park (aka Tingley Beach, p. 158), I spoke too soon–the landscaping is still nowhere near finished, though I did see people fishing in the ponds, and the train to the zoo is running.
Re: Faulty Trail (p. 157), I realized the directions don’t really account for all the ways you could get lost.Â First, turn on Canoncito, not Corte de Canoncito, which is the next turn to the north.Â Then stay on Canoncito for a full half-mile–there’s a fork early on, and you need to bear right to stay on the main road.Â Just as the paving ends, there’s another fork, and that’s where you want to bear left, onto Cole Springs Rd. You’ll pass through one fenced area, with ‘private property’ signs, before you reach the locked gate described in the book.Â There’s very little room to park there, so you may want to park in the pullout right at the Cole Springs Rd. turn.