Northcountry Bed and Breakfast

Highway 299e, Alturas, California, 96101, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Highway 299e, Alturas.
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Travel Blogs from Alturas

Reno to Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... a view looking back! For the next couple of hours we drove at approximately 5000 feet. Small areas of the high plains were irrigated to give feed for the cattle Eagle Lake was partially dry. We seemed to drive for miles through different sections of the Modoc Forest and the road was straight for miles and miles ahead. Not too much traffic. After a town named Adin we dropped down into a bigger valley and there ...

Here today, Oregon tomorrow

A travel blog entry by simonedimarie on Sep 07, 2014

5 photos

So, long story short I wrote a really witty story but it deleted itself because it's the internet. Here's some pics from today and a video explaining where I am. We've got to get up at 6am tomorrow for The Bethel morning service at 10am, so peace out and hope you are having a great weekend wherever you are ...

It's not a vacation

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Sep 01, 2014

1 comment, 136 photos

... a Burning Man project. It took some time for Jenn to settle into the ethos of 'organic organisation' and Paul had never dug out so many splitters! Every day was different and full of new challenging tasks. Some were enjoyable like sorting out the chevron puzzle pieces that formed the central towers or skinning the neck of the Alpha head in a boom lift, while others were not so fun, like not being able to feel your hands after drilling lag bolts all night. The photos attached paint ...

Welcome to the freak show

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Aug 26, 2014

9 photos

... here this is very weird, however everyone else is just going about as if its part of their daily life. I must admit i do quite like it though haha. The one piece of 'art' that stuck out to me was the dome of the rock replica. Which was also a library inside. Was actually pretty spooky to walk through because everyone was in total silence and some folk even meditating as if it was an actual real holy site. We cycled back into camp and stopped in past a place ...

It's All About Volcanos

A travel blog entry by tdtingle on Aug 24, 2014

11 photos

... State Park in Oregon, before heading to Crater Lake National Park. Well, it had to happen; no sites were available in Crater Lake campgrounds. So, we unhooked the car and left the RV near the store and toured the Park. This is the deepest lake in the contiguous States and the purest water in the world. Formed by an imploding volcano, Crater Lake is quite the sight to see. I will let some pictures tell the story of brilliant blue reflective waters framed ...