Mount Shasta Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... br> We waited until the light was right, swimming in the pool. Two other guys were fishing in the pool below. Finally, it was time to get the shot, taking 4 rolls of almost the same shot to make sure i had captured it.
We ended that day with some awesome burgers and craft beers on tap.
We liked it so much we stayed another day. This day was a rest day for Jen, to watch TV, relax, and not move.
We did hike Panther Meadows, a short loop trail through sparse forest, rocks from the 70s Avalanche, a meadow also created by the avalanche, and some streams from a spring somewhere. Very pleasant although rocky trails aren't my favorite. We found a good Jeep ride on a cross country ski trail. On our way back to ...
... based on his profiling of us most likely! Are they able to hike?? The subalpine meadow is just at the tree line with mountain heather and alpine laurel which we will experience tomorrow. Several Native American tribes come here for spiritual renew, meditation and prayer. Mt. Shasta is an active volcano 14,000 ft in elevation. There is a second smaller peak, Shastina. You would think it ...
... camper so we had to walk about a mile to supper. The guy at the office says it's only a couple of blocks. RIGHT...NOT it was farther of course.
Well we are tired and it is 9pm and time to find a place to stay tomorrow night. Hope you are enjoying the pictures and keep us in your prayers.
Love you all
Lee and Neva
... on the other side. Once we got to the top, it was more meadow. In the distance, we saw a man who waved. I waved back and started to walk in his direction. We met him and told him we had never been there. He asked if we wanted any information on the meadow. So we said yes. There was also another man there, both in their 60s/70s.
There were sitting by a small pool with small waterfall from the creek/stream in the meadow. They said it was a healing pool, and you could put your feet ...