Mercey Hot Springs

Address: 62964 Little Panoche Road, Firebaugh, California, 93622, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 62964 Little Panoche Road, Firebaugh.
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      Travel Blogs from Firebaugh

      A Blast From The Past

      A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 20, 2014

      43 photos

      ... Forest was next and that was a sight to see. A huge tank filled with towering kelp, many different varieties of fish, complete with a diver actually feeding the fish! She could even talk to us through a special microphone in her diving mask. It was a really awesome experience! We also got to experience sea otters (which are HUGE compared to river otters), many types of Jellyfish, (including ones that change colors and glow in ...

      Bye bye San Francisco hello LA

      A travel blog entry by sherryjayamanne on Jul 24, 2014

      11 photos

      Left San Fran at 8 am and it took half an hour to exit out of the city to get on to the freeway. Now driving to Los Angeles. Arrived at the Marriott Hotel, LA at 4 pm. Visited Shano, Michael and family in the evening and had an enjoyable get-together with all the family - Rasheed K, Evo D., Nina, Anju, Lali and Yohan. It was wonderful meeting everyone after 14 years! Shano served us a sumptuous Buriyani meal which was so welcome and ...

      It's Memorial Day Weekend-and we've extended!

      A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on May 25, 2014

      ... d save ourselves a bunch of driving miles, plus the costs of the other RV Parks we were heading to, and even saved ourselves the 50 Amp daily fee of $3-$5 which most of the Thousand Trails Parks charge! Saving money is a good thing, as I've been busy online booking tours and shows to take Zach to when he's with us next month!

      We've been enjoying sharing evenings and meals and desserts and talk with our ...

      Pinnacles National Park

      A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jun 26, 2013

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... the road' where we parked. I was just hoping this hike wasn't going to be MY 'end of the road'. Put on our hiking boots and off we went. First part of the trail seemed straight up and I thought I was going to have to say 'uncle' before we got 100 feet up the trail, but caught my wind and Bonna finally slowed down---we did one of the loops that took an hour to hike. Thankfully the slight occasional breeze made the high temperature, sun burning down ...

      DRAMA!!!

      A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg on Apr 27, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... s dark.... "TIRE PREASURE LOW - REAR RIGHT" "PREASURE 20 PSI" "F*ck..." "PREASURE 15 PSI" Okay so where is that big road?!! "There are some light!" "We must be close now" "PREASURE 10 PSI" ****!! Would we make it to the big road?? We checked our cellphones: "NO SERVICE..." . . "PREASURE 8 PSI..." And then... . . . YES!! We have service on the phone now so we can call at least!" "That looks like a gas-station over there!!" "Yes..." ..so we rolled in on a gas-station (phew) ...