Travel Blogs from Sonora, United States

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Caverns of Sonora, Sonora, United States travel blog

Caverns of Sonora

A travel blog entry by rvmillers2014

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The Caverns of Sonora, Tx was our next stop.  They have a small campground, well, more like a parking lot with about 8 pull-thru spaces with water and electric hookups.  We were lucky enough to be the first ones there and got the one spot with ...

The Preparations Continue, Sonora, United States travel blog

The Preparations Continue

A travel blog entry by waanderlust

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Today is really the last day I have to finish shopping for supplies. I'm a little freaked out because I'm not even close to packed and I really don't even know what I'm going to need. Wish me luck! ...

"Yessir" "No, ma'am"

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

Good kids. That's what we've found here in Texan schools. Good, helpful people in general, really. First of all, let me fill you in on what schools are like in Texas (according to our experience). In these small towns, where the next town is over 40 ...

Yosemite und Sonora, Sonora, United States travel blog

Yosemite und Sonora

A travel blog entry by danimichl

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... Wald. Wieder einmal eine geniale Kulisse auf beiden Seiten. Die Rückfahrt führte über den Highway 120 nach Norden in den mittelkleinen Ort Sonora. Dort machten wir es uns wieder im Best Western gemütlich. Wer hätte das gedacht?! ;) Alles in allem ein ...

Beware the man with a stick, Sonora, United States travel blog

Beware the man with a stick

A travel blog entry by pjjones

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... holiday. Onwards through gold mining country we passed through a few historic towns such as Volcano, Sutter Creek and Jackson, ending up in Sonora. We Stayed at the majestic Sonora Inn built in 1895 which of course is very old for the US. We found a bar ...

Yosemite National Park, Sonora, United States travel blog

Yosemite National Park

A travel blog entry by amydavid

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... you will get an idea of what I'm going on about. 'Pristine Snow Wilderness'. We left the park late and made our way to Sonora which is 'Queen to Southern Miners'. We drove through this town on the way to the park and reckoned it looked pretty cool. ...

26 ) Sonora Caverns, Sonora , United States travel blog

26 ) Sonora Caverns

A travel blog entry by bigdan1

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Mardi 1 avril 2014,   Hier nous sommes arrivés ā Sonora Caverns vers 16h00 ...  trčs chaud et ensoleillé ! ( 40 C ) Nous prenons un camping qui nous coûte $20.00 avec eau + électricité...  Il y a des arbres qui nous ...

Texas: Big Hair and Gawdliness, Sonora, United States travel blog

Texas: Big Hair and Gawdliness

A travel blog entry by winegalcj

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... opportunities that I noticed along the way.  The price is negotiable. And where are the naked cowboys? Parked my van in a beautiful spot at Sonora Caverns.  Tomorrow I'll do some more caving.  Then I'm off to... well, more ...

800 feet below ground!, Sonora,  USA travel blog

800 feet below ground!

A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg

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Saturday - Day 15 This morning we visited the Carlsbad caverns which was really awesome! We stepped into an elevator that quickly took us down to 800 feet / 234 meter, below ground in just about 60 seconds. The temperature down there was about 60 - 70 ...

A slice of heaven, Sonora, United States travel blog

A slice of heaven

A travel blog entry by strotto

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This is by far the best RV park yet! It is 7 miles south of the I10 but talk about getting back to nature! We were feeling a little apprehensive on the way to the park. The reviews were so-so and there was nothing around. However, when we stopped to ...

Caverns of Sonora - our favourite!, Sonora, United States travel blog

Caverns of Sonora - our favourite!

A travel blog entry by strotto

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... propane since we'd run out and found it on the first gas stop. The drive was uneventful and we happily arrived at the Caverns of Sonora. We camped in our same spot but approached it from a different angle this time. We were hoping to not have to use dolly ...

Camp in a pecan grove, Sonora, United States travel blog

Camp in a pecan grove

A travel blog entry by photokent

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En route to New Mexico, we stopped in San Antonio to stock up at Whole foods then drove another 100 miles north to camp in a pecan grove overnight.  some ...

Yosemite National Park, Sonora, Verenigde Staten travel blog

Yosemite National Park

A travel blog entry by robinvantiel

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... in vergelijking met de prijzen in Nederland, zijn we op weg gegaan naar het park. Dit was ongeveer anderhalf uur rijden vanaf Sonora en we arriveerden rond 10:00 bij de westelijke ingang. Omdat het park zo reusachtig groot is en onze volgende bestemming ...

Revisiting the Cabezuts, Sonora, United States travel blog

Revisiting the Cabezuts

A travel blog entry by windyriver

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After exchanging a few email addresses and saying farewell, we left for Sonora, following the same route over Sonora Pass. It was another gorgeous day and we stopped numerous times to enjoy the view and look at potential campsites.  We stayed in the ...

awesome heights, Sonora, United States travel blog

awesome heights

A travel blog entry by evans2014

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... there is already signs of recovery with green plants shooting up with the help of the warm sun.      The town before Sonora is called Jamestown, but some wit has renamed it Jimstown, and there is one shop with this on it!   Mister Paul ...

Day 4 - Driving through Old Sonora, Sonora, United States travel blog

Day 4 - Driving through Old Sonora

A travel blog entry by gamiclea

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... , we decided to just do a quick drive through historic Sonora. Along the way we saw signs for the Tuolomne County Museum in Sonora and waded through the confusing streets to get there only to find out that it wasn't to open for another hour...and we ...

Over the pass and far away, Sonora, United States travel blog

Over the pass and far away

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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... it was just a matter of finding a place to park up before it got too dark. After a quick check in McDonalds, we discovered that Sonora had a Walmart, so set forth in search of the big 'W'. Arrived at Walmart and as there were no other campers had to get ...

Travel day, Sonora, United States travel blog

Travel day

A travel blog entry by jonesgang

... a fire appearing to start in Redding near the road.  Relived Hawaii days by having lunch at the Hawaiian BBQ. We arrived at Sonora by 5 pm.  The town had many nice restaurants and had more to it than I expected.  The pool at the hotel was ...

DAY 4 - Sonora TX, Sonora, United States travel blog

DAY 4 - Sonora TX

A travel blog entry by jdmorpod

Another good day.  The weather started out cloudless  but clouded up to a solid overcast by this PM.  Still smooth sailing on I-10.  Found a route around north of San Antonio by Randolph AFB that cut out the city traffic. Will ...

Day 3 - Sonora, Sonora, United States travel blog

Day 3 - Sonora

A travel blog entry by gamiclea

After driving all day through the winding hwy 49 it was finally time to make Sonora, CA our home for the night.  We checked into the hotel and then headed out to town to see if we could get the family fed and quickly...so we landed at Carl's Jr for ...

The Captain, Sonora, United States travel blog

The Captain

A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene

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It would be easy to describe this day as unremarkable, and other than more great roads, an almost 10,000 foot pass over the Sierra Nevadas, and an excursion up Yosemite Valley it was. In spite its relative proximity to Washington, somehow I've never ...

Aug 01, 2010, Sonora, United States travel blog

Aug 01, 2010

A travel blog entry by beckyjade15

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Gold Rush Country!, Sonora, United States travel blog

Gold Rush Country!

A travel blog entry by zigdog1

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... - all the snacks, cake, and drinks you could imagine, plus tons of fruit.  Not a bad find!  On our way to Sonora, we passed through Jamestown and pulled in to take a look but were suprised to find Main St. closed - turns out there was a big ...

Guldruschtrakter, Sonora, United States travel blog

Guldruschtrakter

A travel blog entry by helenaeric

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... Vi hann inte stanna innan vi var ute ur stan så vi beslöt stanna i nästa stad istället. Nästa stad visade sig vara Sonora, också den pittoresk men större. Stannade för att äta och gick sedan in på en saloon som såg ut som från en ...

A Cool Ride in the Hills, Sonora, United States travel blog

A Cool Ride in the Hills

A travel blog entry by team-elephant

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It hasn't been a big week, but it has been a good week. Team Elephant has continued to wander around California getting our American legs and waiting for the US Government shutdown to end so that the national parks open up for visitors. Our visit to ...

9624  + 8314 + 8732, Sonora, United States travel blog

9624 + 8314 + 8732

A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene

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... twisties linked by sweepers or sweepers linked by twisties linked by hairpins?  Whichever way you look at it today's loop over Sonora (9624 ft), Monitor (8314 ft), and Ebbets (8732 ft) summits offered something for everyone.  It also had ...

Friends, Witchata Falls, United States travel blog

Friends

A travel blog entry by jackster27

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Me and my friends from church had alot of fun ...

Yosemite, Sonora, United States travel blog

Yosemite

A travel blog entry by jonesgang

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The drive to Yosemite was a bit more tedious than I hoped.  One of those things where it does not look bad on the map but when you start driving you realize they are not easy miles.  It was scenic. We got to the scenic valley floor and took a ...

Sonora, Sonora, United States travel blog

Sonora

A travel blog entry by gretchen_a

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... farewelling the big trees. We head towards gold mining country with the plan to visit Columbia State Historic Park, before heading into Sonora for the night. It's about 3.5 hours driving time so we get on the way. The boys entertain us with their singing ...

Desert adventures, Sonora, United States travel blog

Desert adventures

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle

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... by the minute, and there was a clear blue sky with hardly any clouds, but sadly the views weren't stunning. We arrived at the Sonora Desert Outdoor Museum to find the thermometer had now climbed to 106°F or 41°C, far too hot to do much really, but this ...

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