Travel Blogs from Lake Shasta, United States

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Shazam, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Shazam

A travel blog entry by brent-n-toby

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... .org/wiki/Mt._Shasta We entertained ourselves all day with 70's cartoon speak (Shazam!! - Scooby Doo etc). The town of Shasta Lake is an abandoned gold mining town and is now a protected site with a real wild west frontier feel, the highway ...

Houseboat Trip, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Houseboat Trip

A travel blog entry by donhom

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Day 1 of the 2005 Shasta Invitational Houseboat trip kicked off with a 3 prong directional attack. Dave Roumonada drove from Montana to Seattle, picking up his son Tony and driving down I-5 to meet us in Redding. Tony Pennella flew in from Kennewick, WA ...

Three Adventures in One, Lake Shasta, Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

Three Adventures in One, Lake Shasta

A travel blog entry by trapp1700

... Grant's Pass to Redding on the trip Michael, Ian, and I took to see the northern California Redwoods.  I was so excited to see Shasta.... except, when we got there, I couldn't see it.  First, because it was too overcast and raining with a bit of ...

Camping with wolves, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Camping with wolves

A travel blog entry by kieron_mendez

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From San Francisco we headed for a planned 6 nights of camping in California. The first 3 nights were at Lake Shasta, created when the Shasta Dam was installed, and providing a huge recreational lake which is used for fishing, waterskiing, jetskiing etc. ...

California, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

California

A travel blog entry by spyderwolfe

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... .  After talking some this morning with a couple of other bikers i headed to a AAA office in Grants Pass to get a western states map..  When  I went to leave the bike would not start. So  I called AAA from a AAA office...and it still ...

Leaving home, Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Leaving home

A travel blog entry by townsendtribe

Heading out to deliver in Sumner, ...

Arrive in Mt. Shasta., Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Arrive in Mt. Shasta.

A travel blog entry by sierragirl

Drive up was beautiful and a bit stressful with a baby. We made it though, and as we made it out of the car the family was ohhhhhing and ahhhhhhing over ...

Okay so....., Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

Okay so.....

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25

So, we hitched up our trailer to our truck, and we drove up to Lake Shasta, where we camped ...

At Lake Shasta, lake shasta, United States travel blog

At Lake Shasta

A travel blog entry by greentea13

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Already Gone (Eagles), Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

Already Gone (Eagles)

A travel blog entry by chlizy

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Today we drove about 140 miles to lake Siskiyou camp. We drove around for a little while and finally found a campsite we liked and payed for it. Izobel set up camp while carol ann went and relaxed on the beach. We had a dinner of homemade chili. We slept ...

Lake Shasta, Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

Lake Shasta

A travel blog entry by dstravel

Checked out the Shasta ...

Lake Shasta, Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

Lake Shasta

A travel blog entry by thenonos

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Repos ...

what an amazing road.., Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

what an amazing road..

A travel blog entry by robannie

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... and just the walls of other local stores remain.. all abandoned when the locomotive arrived and bypassed little shasta going straight to Redding. we now turned north again up highway 5 to lake shasta where we spent the night in a quiet empty campsite.. ...

Day 2..., Shasta Lake, United States travel blog

Day 2...

A travel blog entry by dragonytelady

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After the rest stop at Lake Shasta, which was a nice one, and quite restful, we passed by Castella, where Castle Crags (which looks a lot like Pinnacles N.M.) overlooked the road, but most of the time was obscured by trees and things. My daughter managed ...

Lake Shasta, Lake Shasta, United States travel blog

Lake Shasta

A travel blog entry by seafloors

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North of Redding situated on Lake Shasta are the Shasta Caverns discovered in the 1950's by a hunter. Take a short boat ride across the lake followed by a short, but harrowing bus ride up the moutainside to the caverns ...

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