Victorian Lady Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... out the door yet, but Sheba knows we're headed out for another adventure. She can't wait! So many smells to smell!
Thus far, this will be the longest trail we have been on; a little over 9 miles! I'm excited too! I know we can do this and I can't wait to get out there either!
When we leave, we are slightly concerned about the weather. In Sacramento, it's overcast and foggy. However, the weather in Cool is the opposite! Once ...
... smells to smell! We set out at a pretty quick pace. The weather is beautiful...the sun feels great. We head down the trail and come across a small creek. Getting across the slippery rocks is tricky, but we make it with no problems. Onward!Switchbacks. The first one is fine...the second is fine...there seems to be more and more. They seem endless! But, we finally get past them. Whew!We continue on; ready to tackle the next big hill. At least, I think I'm ready. After a short ...
TRAIL DETAILS Type: dirt, out & back Length: 2.8 mi Time: 1-3 hrs TRIP DETAILS Weather: sunny, cold Solitude: medium Hikers: Sean, Alicia, Sheba Gear: full packs Overnights: 0 JOURNAL ENTRY Alicia: Our first backpacking adventure! What a beautiful day out! The road going down to the trail was a little bumpy, but with Sean’s expert driving we ...
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... the course of their discussions, he indicated that he wanted to bring his family over for a vacation in Northern California. The seeds of an idea blossomed between the two for doing a "house swap."
After several months of discussion and trying to sync schedules, we were finally able to work out the details. We’ll get to stay in their home in ...