Kay's Silver Lake Resort

Address: 48400 Kay's Road, Pioneer, California, 95666, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 48400 Kay's Road, Pioneer, is near Kirkwood Mountain Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Pioneer

PCT day 71. 6/29/15

A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 29, 2015

... a free beer. Yes please. There was a scale there as well, so of-course I weighed myself. Bad news!!! This scale has me weighing 140lbs. I lost 4 more pounds since VVR. From 157-140lbs. Damn!! 17 lbs lost already in 71 days. My skinny pants are starting to feel baggy. Tomorrow I have 8 miles before I reach hwy 50 where I hitch 9 miles into S. Lake Tahoe, where I plan to spend 2 nights. Time to pig out ...

Heading to Sparks NV

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 06, 2014

Left for Sparks, NV at 10:17am. We didn't have far to go, and after driving past Reno, arrived at our destination around 11:45 am. Sparks Marina RV Park is one of the nicest and cleanest parks we have ever stayed. Cost: 3 nights @ $119.00. It was also across the street from our friends' condo - Roger and Sharon Pechacek - our friends who just moved from Jojoba Hills. But the weather felt very hot, especially after living in the cooler mountain air for over two weeks. We also ...

South Lake Tahoe Day 7

A travel blog entry by theprocters on May 28, 2014

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... Squaw Valley International Resort where the 1960 Winter Olympic Games were held. The view of the Squaw Valley with the snow capped mountains in the back drop nearly took our breath away. It was beautiful. We wandered around the Olympic village with its hotel accommodations overlooking the center plaza, ski lifts and the usual restaurants and high end sports stores. I saw a jacket for $600 that was 50% off! It was another incredible ...

Home Again, at least temporarily

A travel blog entry by 3bybike on Jul 04, 2013

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... at the end of the last post I left 2bybike, aka Cristine and Anna, in Nelson, New Zealand. I headed east via bus, ferry, train, and airplane to Phoenix, Arizona. Cristine and Anna pedaled west from Nelson to Abel Tasman National Park and Cape Farewell. Cape Farewell is the northern most point on the South Island of New Zealand and is separated from the rest of the world by a forbidding mountain call the Takaka Hill. Cristine was warned, repeatedly, that it was "impossible" to ride ...

June 10, 2013

A travel blog entry by kj6bjl on Jun 10, 2013

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... and saw Mike Miller and family, departed at 15:00 to Bordertown to get fuel. Started to Rain. Arrived KOA Mount ...