Deer Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Capital: Carson City
Area: 110,567 square miles
Bird: Mountain bluebird
Motto: All of our Country,
Cities: Grass Valley, Meadow Vista
Parks: Tahoe National forest, Reno Las Vegas, University of Nevada, Toiyabe national Forest, Black Rock Desert.
... but it’s expensive. Gas/Diesel here is at a very good price. The manager, Pat, is no longer at the park which is too bad as they really don’t have an office anymore…just a sign to a trailer to sign in. This is the big downfall but don’t let it keep you from staying here. Super pleasant wooded, rustic park that I would definitely stay in again.
So, off we go……….Oregon here we ...
... trail crew, as well as one other volunteer. They were all roughly the same age as me and had pretty similar mindsets so it didn't take long for me to feel like I fit right in.
We were making a new section of the PCT, the entire project involves constructing 6 miles of trail which is expected to take about 4 years.The work includes a lot of tree and boulder removal, boulder busting (with a sledgehammer and pick), then trail construction. It's really ...
... to try make it to Sierra City in time for some trail work I'm volunteering for, but I have plans to meet him in Vancouver after the trail. A few days hiking has seen me turn up in Sierra city with 2 other hikers - Tim and Mira - who are heaps of fun and are convincing me to get to Burning Man, and doing a pretty good job! We've spent 2 days here getting to know eachother, relaxing by the river and meeting the friendly locals at a local food and ...
... have become quite slack with the fast food). The skies were once again blue. The scenery changed dramatically as we began making our way accross the mountain range. We had finally made our way out of the lifeless desert and into mountain slopes covered with pine trees. We enjoyed a quiet drive North up to Reno, before we hopped on the I85 and headed east. We crossed the ...