Northcountry Bed and Breakfast

Address: 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

Don't hate the playa

A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Sep 26, 2015

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... out of gas. Ah, the joys of riding a 3t van with a broken fuel guage. Some kindness cookies from sympathetic locals and an eventual AA tow got us to the propane (re: crack spot) of north portland, where again we had to hustle hard for late night propane. A trip to a mechanic the next day informed us we required a new altenator, so while Etienne got her fix we set about arranging ours, making use of Oregon's lack of sales tax by doing our pre burning man food and liquor shops. After ...

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by howardbad on Sep 24, 2015

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... 50's for most of the ride. Very light traffic and a little road construction. We usually make friends with the Flag person while we wait for the pilot car. In this case Linda was really a lot of fun although she couldn't stop talking, Its a lonely job. Mostly talked about ...

Buying More Wine & Driving

A travel blog entry by fitmom on Sep 22, 2015

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... into Yountville for a delicious lunch from the famous Bouchon Bakery before heading northeast into Oregon.

The 5-hour drive was really beautiful! Mountains and forests surrounded us as we made our way to Klamath Falls to spend the night. We grabbed a quick taco dinner at Raliberto's up the street from our hotel then crashed.

Journey on The Starlight Express

A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 14, 2015

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During a 1.00am conversation with Bill and Margie (it was ten o'clock where we were... oops!) we decided to risk it, and Bill would hire a car at the airport and pick us up from the train station tomorrow morning. There appears to be no such thing as affordable accommodation in the places we wanted to stay in San Francisco.

The alarm woke us at eight. A peek out the window showed a grey Portland morning, so the decision for longer trousers and shirts seems to be ...


A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Sep 13, 2015

... illegal to do yourself. 'Oh', I said, 'why's that?'. The guy didn't know. I asked if there were any other weird laws in Oregon. People in Oregon seem more hippie. They also love Camo. Every fourth person seems to be wearing camouflage. And the Walmart had weirder people too. And here are a lot more smokers, and weedy looking people. We just stayed in and hooked up the MacBook to the computer, after buying three cables to attach to each other. Stupid Apple ...