Mount Shasta Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Mount Shasta
... Lake, I planned to hike 9-10 more miles to the next water and camp at Chinook Creek which is where I am now. We got free drinks and fruit from some trail angels that were parked at a trailhead. The catch was that they handed us religious propaganda. Damn!!! We don't need more weight to carry. I guess we can use it as TP in a pinch. On the way to camp, I made acquaintances with a girl who just lost her hiking buddy in Shasta ...
Thursday, July 23, 2015. PCT day 95. Miles1506.3-1527.1 It felt really good to sleep in today and have a big breakfast at the hotel. We arranged for the shuttle to come for us (Cuban B, Too Much, Wallaby, and me) at 10:30. I took one last shower this AM before leaving. I also attempted to buy poison ivy treatment cream before I left, but the bottles were too big. So I didn't buy it. ...
... ride into the town of Mt. Shasta. Cuban B and I ended up sharing a hotel room. TooMuch went to the KOA. It was nice to finally be in town for a break after 19-20 days of straight hiking. After a shower and laundry, it was time for a huge lunch and a movie at the theater. Tomorrow, the plan is for the usual zero day chores of resupply/post office errands and of course, ...
... been hiking with Cuban B and Too Much for the past few days. And I keep frog-leaping good ole ZigZag, the Kiwi. We keep bumping into LoneStar, too. He is the fly fisherman that is gonna write a guide book about fishing along the PCT. So tomorrow I make it into Mt. Shasta the town. I will take a zero there for sure. I have not had a zero since Lake Tahoe around June 1st. That was 19 days ago. I have been hiking every day now for 19 days straight. I think I am due for a rest ...
... array of smells coming from every corner, giant lanterns lining the streets and poor chickens awaiting nervously in their cages for their tragic fates.
Entering a small coffee shop for some much needed coffee and breakfast we sit in the back at a small table in the Latin quarter watching the bustle of people coming in and our starting their day off with a caffeine fix. Energy refueled we check the twists and turns of Lombard street, admire the massive church in ...