Cinnamon Teal Bed and Breakfast

Address: 227 Feather River Drive, Chester, California, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 227 Feather River Drive, Chester, is near Lake Almanor.
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Travel Blogs from Chester

PCT day 83. 7/11/15

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 11, 2015

... miles were better. When I reached 7000 feet elevation, I had phone signal, so I called Vanessa and talked for about and hour. I was surprised to even had phone signal when I got done for the day at mile 1310. The weather was pleasant today. It was cool, at time chilly. There were lingering rain clouds but no rain today. I hope this cooler weather ...

PCT day 82. 7/10/15

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 10, 2015

... ridge before I descended down into Belden. The descent was steep, from 7000 feet to 2000 feet, with lots of poison ivy to dodge on the way down. Descending down, you begin to see the north fork of the Feather River and the podunk town of Belden, if it can even be called that. The trail crosses the Belden Resort that apparently was completely rented out for the weekend for some big rave festival called Camp **** It Up. ...

PCT day 81. 7/9/15

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 09, 2015

... well. As I was nearing Buck's Lake Road, a mountain biker spooked me, coming at me from behind. WTF!!!! Apparently he ignored the signs plastered all over the trail. NO MOUNTAIN BIKES OR MOTORIZED VEHICLES. And he had the audacity to tell me to move. I said to him, "Do you know you are on the PCT? No mt. bikes allowed." He simply said, "ya, I know, have a good day." What a jerk!! Apparently other ...

PCT day 80. 7/8/15

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 08, 2015

... The water sources were not that spread out. And even if they were, not a big deal because it had been not hot at all. I made it to the Middle Fork of the Feather River, not realizing how much elevation it dropped. Down to 3000 feet from 7000. This river is nice, with warm water and a nice swimming hole. I am glad i camped here. Tomorrow I have a steep climb out of ...

It's All About Volcanos

A travel blog entry by tdtingle on Aug 24, 2014

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... by molten lava, which snake under the park. Now get a load of this, visitors are allowed to enter these caves unsupervised and wander around underground. So, we purchased bump hats and signed out some lanterns and went underground. Also, this National Monument has a campground, where we spent two nights. If you ever get a chance visit Lava Beds for history and beauty and there's a National Wildlife Refuge right next door.

CAL-A-FORN-I-A Dave out for ...