Americas Best Value Inn - Red Bluff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... quite happy about the rain as they desperately needed it. Even the mountain top received a fresh coat of snow!
Redding is a city of about 85,000 people. Hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation are the main attractions here in Redding. We spent Monday afternoon checking out the city. Tuesday we dusted off the golf clubs which we have not used in a month. We booked a time at the Gold Hills Country Club. It is the only public 18 hole course here. It had some great scenery of ...
Today I left California and headed back home. Chantelle and I had to wake up at 3am and leave by 3:30am to catch my flight. I flew out of Sacramento because it is significantly cheaper than flying out of the Redding airport. I am assuming they have to charge more because Redding is so small. The last time I flew into the Redding airport, the only people on the fight were Chantelle, ...
Today was my last day in Redding although it feels as though I just arrived. I went for coffee with two of my housemates from last year, Kat and Katie. I think we were all expecting we would only stay an hour and a half or so but ended up chatting for four hours at Madayne Eatery and Espresso, a local coffee shop. I then headed to The Hearth Cafe, another local coffee shop, where I met Clare. Clare was my Revival Group pastor last year when I was a student at BSSM. It ...
... growers & them) upset we couldn't stay longer but I managed to drag them back into the van for the 1 hour drive north. Had lunch in Chico where we saw in the supermarket, Yellowtail wine of the variety "Soft Red Roo", must be a new one, specially made for the US. Continuing to drive north through very dry country, devoid of any green crops or livestock we finally made our way to Lindauer River Ranch, a family owned prune & walnut farm along the banks of ...
... the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor’s center and were quite surprised to see snow that was still 5 feet deep. They had 140 inches of snow over the winter. It was getting late, so we decided to get going and head for Red Bluff, which is where we were staying for the night. A bit disappointing that we couldn't actually see any of the features of the park, but at least we had a nice afternoon in the ...