California State Route 67 is a 24.38-mile State Highway located entirely in San Diego County. California State Route 67 begins at Interstate 8 in El Cajon and terminates at California State Route 78 to the north in Ramona. California State Route 67 begins as the San Vicente Freeway in El Cajon which becomes a surface highway upon crossing the San Diego River in Lakeside. From Lakeside California State Route 67 skirts west of the San Vicente Reservoir and consolidates in with the Julian Road approaching Ramona. Featured as the blog cover photo is existing Legislative Route Number 198 on the Julian Road passing through San Vicente Dam when it's new alignment (which would become California State Route 67) was being constructed during 1942-43
LRN 198 from LRN 200 north to Ramona can be seen on the 1935 Division of Highways Map of San Diego County. From US Route 80/LRN 12 the alignment of LRN 198 can be seen departing El Cajon via Magnolia Avenue towards Santee. LRN 198 can be seen following Woodside Avenue from Santee northward towards downtown Lakeside. From Lakeside LRN 198 can be seen departing northward via Maine Avenue onward towards what is now Lakeside Avenue. From Lakeside Avenue early LRN 198 transitioned northwards toward what is now Willow Road and Moreno Avenue towards Foster. From Foster LRN 198 continued towards the site of what is now the San Vicente Reservoir. From the site of San Vicente Reservoir LRN 198 continued northward via Mussey Grade Road towards Main Street in Julian. In Julian LRN 198 intersected CA 78/LRN 197 via Main Street.