River Pines Resort & Vacation Rentals
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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Burney, then via SR 44 to Susanville. If we continued on SR 89 we would have to go through Lassen National Volcanic Park- a pleasant but very slow drive. Our chosen route is beautiful and pleasant, one which we enjoy very much. Its hot today. Rather than head to Susanville we decide to stay higher up in the mountains where its more likely to be cooler. So we turn on to county A21 and head to Westwood.......... nah, not that glitzy Southern California ...
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 ...
... way over to the Red Wood Forests by way of Redding CA. Stayed at an RV park right on the Sacramento River and a nice tropical atmosphere. Took the time to get an oil change and a wash job for the motorhome.
Really enjoyed our trip to visit Lake Tahoe. It is a very pretty area with the deep blue lake and high forest landscape. I was surprised at how big it was - took all day to drive around ...
... full of food. I swear I have lots of food. Gonna pig out this stretch. Thanks Jonathan. Leaving Echo Lake, the trail eventually takes you to Aloha Lake. This Lake was so beautiful. It looked like Thousand Island Lake in the High Sierra. It was surrounded by granite peaks and the lake had many small islands in it. The Lake was only at around 8500 feet, yet it looked and felt like it should be at 10,000 feet plus. Leaving Aloha Lake, the trail takes you ...
... Great to visit with our old friends as we gazed out into this bucolic serenity. We went out for dinner at a new local Italian place in Portola Valley which was excellent. Woke up for fresh farm eggs, more talking
and left shortly after ...