OK, just a very quick information piece: Gas prices in San Diego are the nation’s highest.
So if you are driving down to the Confluence (as we are), better fill up before you leave or do so on your way. (Last I checked, prices in Orange County — at the Westminster exit off the 405, in fact — were always below the norm.)
Here’s a little bit on this from the U-T San Diego:
SAN DIEGO — San Diego gasoline prices have reached levels never before seen in a February, according to the Utility Consumers’ Action Network, and nationally the numbers aren’t looking much better.
According to UCAN’s Fuel Tracker at www.fueltracker.com San Diego’s average price for regular hit $4.32 per gallon Monday morning, while premium is averaging $4.52 per gallon and diesel has hit the $4.45 mark. Gasbuddy.com’s San Diego site,www.sandiegogasprices.com lists the regular average at $4.31 per gallon for regular in San Diego and at $4.28 per gallon for regular statewide average.
The survey said San Diego has the most expensive gasoline in the country, listing the average at $4.24 per gallon, and Denver has the cheapest at $3.07 per gallon.
I’m guessing this means the folks from Yoga Worskshop are in for a shock! I think it also means we need to find places to eat that are walking distance from the Catamaran.
Posted by Steve