Granny's House Bed & Breakfast

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

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.


'Beside the seaside beside the Sea'

A travel blog entry by samstevelois on May 25, 2015

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... driven such a winding road which seemed to go on forever. One of the smartest things we done was fill up with gas just before the winding mountain roads as there wasn't places for miles! We checked into a hotel in Redding at about 8:30pm and just managed to grab a pizza before everything closed. Just 9 more hours of driving tomorrow before we arrive at San Diego and can stay for a few ...

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

... people we met last night, she was very friendly and hospitable.
So, we went home, packed up our swimming gear, then headed to the store to get waters and snacks. She warned us that we would be sorry if we didn't, and she wasn't fooling. It was a 2 mile drive down a crazy bumpy road that took forever. We were all happy to get into the cool water, and Danielle and Tyler headed down stream to look for the swimming hole or any animal they could find. We ended ...

Day 2--Fog, Shasta and Onion Trucks

A travel blog entry by polloslibre on Nov 04, 2010

1 comment, 5 photos

... Then we passed a couple of transport trucks loaded with onions, they smelled great. The sheer volume of transport on the highway makes me wonder, what recession??? we passed many caravans of transport trucks 3 to 5 in a caravan. I couldn't imagine the volume if the US economy was going full tilt. It really emphasized the motto, "if you bought it, a trucker brought it".

Found our hotel for the night with the handy GPS and all was good.