Granny's House Bed & Breakfast

Address: 313 Taylor Street, Weaverville, California, 96093, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Weaverville

Day 2 - Heat stroke anyone?

A travel blog entry by eurikao on Jun 24, 2015

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... us and then went right on working. We were hoping to go out to dinner but her work load is not permitting us that treat tonight. I went to a Greek shack and got us both some healthy food. Again Motel 6 comes through with a great ADA room.

Tomorrow will be an earlier start. It will be our longest travel day. Day 1 we went 323 miles, today was 344. I think tomorrow is around 450 miles to ...

Into California

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on May 25, 2015

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Finally we cross the state line and enter California. We stop off to visit Lake Tahoe. Its ever so nice. Pristine emerald and blue water surrounded by pine trees. What a beautiful place.
These mountain roads are something else, with scenery that is just breathtaking. We dont get into Redding till after 7pm, and find this really nice RV park off the highway and out of town. Doesnt take long to set up the tent, while Gerry is already set up with her camper van.


Heading inland

A travel blog entry by mcoburn on Oct 08, 2014

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... drove out to Trinity lake to take our little boat onto the water. When we got there we were shocked to see next to no water in the lake. Un-benounced to us California (north) is in a record braking drought and because of that the lake was not exessable by the boat launch because of the low lake level. ...

R Wild Horse Ranch day 2

A travel blog entry by nagaiadventure on Aug 03, 2012

... employee living sites. She even was nice enough to show her home and tell us that there is a phone there that we could use any time since there is no cell reception and the pay phone at the store is spotty too. The horses were beautiful, and all the kids were wanting to ride them.

We next drove a little down the hwy to the remote campgrounds which aren't used that much, except by hunters and bikers who want to be farther away from others. These sites ...

Tornado? In California?

A travel blog entry by onewolfpack on May 17, 2011

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... loaded with food and supplies. On the trip near Redding we ran into a storm. Then we caught a photo of a small tornado. It had lifted up by the time I took the picture. Look closely for the small but very long funnel. Cassie slept through it all.