Loon Lake Lodge & RV Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a National Park Pass in St Augustine Florida at the famous fort I blogged about in June.... so the $10 entry fee paid for the card. You have to be 62 and any National Park is free forever...motorcycles only cost $10 so it covered Anne too. AARP traveling at its finest. Crater Rim Road surrounds the lake. No guard rails which was a little difficult for my trooper wife. Ziggy loved it. I was focused on the curves and getting ...
... lt;~not even sure what that meant as we didn't notice anything different with the road. Passed through into California with no issues from the fruit and veggie police. California has very strict rules about people bringing certain fruits and veggies into the state. They will board the RV and take any foods that are not allowed. First time here, we lost most of our fresh fruit and veggies...this time we were ready and made it through with no issues... The first town was Smith ...
... that had that tacky nautical theme to everything, the whole thing just depressed me. We stopped at numerous points along the way, some more impressive than others but all extremely windy. Mainly the stops were outcrops and car parks that looked over a cove or out to sea. Having seen the photos since I know that some are impressive but on the whole I wasn’t too impressed really, it didn’t help that every small town had this nautical theme, crabs, shells, anchors that ...
... Even in early history, the tribes of the Yurok, Tolowa, Chilua and Hupa cultures have used fire to maintain the prairies and wood oaklands. These controlled burns enhance the health of the growth of acorns, hazelnuts, berries, grasses and bushes, providing food and materials for baskets, netting and string. Regular burning of the prairies helped to eliminate competing trees, such as the Douglas Fir and renewed prairie grasses, attracting deer and elk.
... of course, I stopped and talked to them. When we told them we were heading on down the Oregon Coast, they said we had to stop at a town called Bandon and have some drinking chocolate. "Master Gardeners like chocolate too." We did find Bandon and had some drinking chocolate. It was delicious. It is not hot chocolate, better. The store looked like a franchise, so if you ever see a Coastal Mist store, check it ...