McCloud Mercantile Hotel
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... statue out front. I learned more about chainsaw competitions from their TV in 20 minutes than I would believe possible. But the food was good, fast, and cheap! Unfortunately, our Garmin is not working at this point for some reason, so we're relying on Google Maps on one of our phones for directions on Route 99 and to Lincoln. HALF OUR MONTH'S DATA GONE! Beautiful scenery along this route past many nut trees,orchards and rice paddies. At 6 pm we arrived at my ...
... super cool and spends his retirement in his mobile truck home going up and down the trail. stopping to stay in Wilderness Parks and other great national parks along the way....
After a root beer float and a talk on Mission Work, Religion, marriage, and general short-talk I hike another 2 miles in no time, feeling really good about the day. I set up my tent, have some dehydrated Lentils and dahl and wake up to start it all over ...
Weeks on the Road: 39 wks
Travel by motorhome: 23,070km
Travel by car: 10,133km
Total km: 33,203km
# of States travelled so far: 20 of 22
Only 2 more States to go!!
Campsite: February 28, 2015
Trail In RV Park, Lakehead, Shasta Trinity Recreational Area.
Full Hookup $14 with our Passport America membership - what a deal!!
The ultimate in random, we need a spot to stay en route to Oregon and we land on Weed. Why? Because it sounds funny (yeah, we're like that). Turns out to be a great little town with the BEST coconut cream pie that I've had in a loooooong time. A definite ...
... we headed north on CA Rt. 139, west on CR Rt. 161 then south on US 97, I-5 and east on CA Rt. 89 to the campground. This route took us through some beautiful farmland and then the Ponderosa Pine forests that cover much of the higher mountain sides. For almost the entire trip back we had the snow caped 14,000 foot “Mount Shasta” as a beacon toward which we were heading.