Lake Oroville Bed and Breakfast
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We left Arata early due to warnings about construction delays on route 299. We had to be in Chico before 4 for the brewery tour at Sierra Nevada.
The route we took (299) was a great road for the bike, but the construction delays were a bit of a downer. I liked several of the small towns we rode through, especially Weaverville.
We made it to Chico by 1:30 and checked into the hotel to get ready for the tour.
... shower, eat breakfast and head off.
Today we are driving to a small town called Chico to visit Aaron’s family friend, Emily. Emily’s family had gone to Australia for a teacher exchange program and lived in Aus for a year with John and Jenny taking Aaron, Josh and Caitlin over to America to visit them, etc, etc. So we thought we were only 2.5 hours away that we would make the trip to see them.
We got into Chico around ...
thank GOD I didn't settle for the first RV site I found on the Internet for Oroville. I pulled into a place and it was a mobile home park with a few dumpy RV sites sprinkled in. It was very scary so instead of being miserable I reached out to my friend Google, and found a place right down the road on the feather river - River reflections, RV park and campground. I was willing to pay anything to secure a spot for ...
We (my friend Linda and me and my two cats, Buster and FlipperDoodle) stayed here for a few days to visit with my great buddy, Marilyn, and her mom. My daughter showed on Saturday with a UHaul (Pentske truck) with her load from Alameda and we (us and friends Kathy and Jeff) topped the truck off with the last of my belongs ...
... With only safety glasses, we were allowed to pretty much wander through the whole plant. California have introduced very strict emission rules so Coe are restricted in the type and amount of machinery they can export. The boys were like kids in a lolly shop, crawling over stuff and trying to see anything they could use to their advantage. Back to the hotel for a quick change and we were off to ...