Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm

Address: 14651 Ballantree Lane, Grass Valley, California, 95949, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 14651 Ballantree Lane, Grass Valley, is near Grass Valley-Nevada County Chamber of Commerce.
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    We are off for the high country

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Sep 08, 2015

    13 photos

    After spending the spring and summer at our Ananda Church retreats in both northern California and Oregon, it's time to go out and explore the great expanse of the west.

    We don't have reservations anywhere for the next couple months so will head east over the high Sierra's through northern Nevada into southeastern Idaho to explore a bit, then into the Wyoming Tetons and Wind river range ...

    I am trying out this app

    A travel blog entry by jdtdvm on Sep 06, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... dog: Charlotte
    Laziest cat in the house: Mr. Beans
    Best food I ate today: Lucky charms
    Name a movie from this weekend: Waterboy. Yep, Waterboy. Getting ready for Foosball season

    Well, that worked ok - I preloaded the questions into my blog and then answered them on my iphone.

    I could pre-create a page for each place we are going to visit and then add to it as we are traveling. Oooh! I wonder ...

    Beginning of the sabbatical

    A travel blog entry by bhushanv on Jul 11, 2015

    My sabbatical is coming to an end and I thought before life gets busy again, I will share some pictures of our trips. This country is really gifted. The places we saw were so beautiful that some of them cannot be described in words. Sometimes you want to take a picture of the entire scenery to share it with you all, like on the grasslands in Wyoming but what is in front of you is too vast and cannot be captured in a single image. All ...

    High Sierra Historic Mining Towns

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Oct 25, 2012

    37 photos

    ... residential neighborhood and leads us to a portion of Bidwell Park. One side of the park is manicured, the side opposite the creek is native oak and grasses. It's a nice place to stretch our legs.

    We travel through miles and miles of mostly walnut and almond orchards. Time for lunch so we stop at the historic downtown of Gridley (6500 souls). The town is named after George Gridley who was hell bent on bringing stock, sheep ...

    Haley's blogs

    A travel blog entry by erblair on Nov 15, 2011

    ... museum. Canada may not have much going for it now but they have some dang good art! We left the louvre soon after my weenie quotient had been enormously overfilled and headed home, ate sandwiches from our local mini grocery store and fell asleep less than peacefully early in the morning. Today was Eiffel tower day, it was brown. A nasty, diarrhea color, gross to the fullest! We rode an elevator to the top and I almost got sick, mom went to the bathroom (she can find a ...