St. Bernard Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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After the wedding, we started our road trip with the new pickup truck down to San Francisco. We stopped at a great brewery for dinner in Eugene, OR, stayed in Grants Pass where we had a lovely Mother's Day lunch with Andy's friend Joe (naturally...), and then headed to Lassen Volcanic National ...
... dog that we rescued early in the trip that had been abandoned, at that rest stop in Canada. I needed to go my Karren's house...Pat's sister Betty was there and not feeling well. So I did my medical check in, and Betty at age 93, is on the mend. Getting there I took the road out of Bend, that comes upon the Rogue River. I suspect that part of this was the head waters. It was a ...
... and lingered, and lingered some more on the rocks and in the clear water. It was well over an hour before we got back to the car. Tahoe is a very hard place to leave!
Shortly after 1:00 PM we made it to a grocery store in Incline, NV and made what will probably be our final extensive shopping trip of this adventure. In addition to getting the usual supplies, we got some food ready-to-go from the deli and finally headed for the "exit" ...
... to those passing Northbound, so we figured they'd be delayed even longer and have a harder time trying to hike faster to catch up to us again. Eventually, we heard them off in the distance, so Yannick hid in the bushes for an ambush. Cassandra was walking in front of Jason, so as they passed by, Yannick reached out from under the bushes and grabbed Cassandra's leg. She jump and screamed, while Jason burst out laughing so hard. ...
... I wasn't feeling particularly hopeful about making the journey. It was already after noon, you see, and the projected trip time was 6-7 hours. While I certainly could do that within daylight, it certainly didn't leave much time for enjoying the journey. I decided to simply take my chances, and see how the day went.
The trail hedged around Summit Lake and climbed a fairly steep 500 feet before even reaching the start ...