BEST WESTERN Cedar Inn & Suites
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TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Cedar Inn & Suites Angels Camp
Travel Blogs from Angels Camp
... rhinestone, shirts and cowboy boots & hats was the dress code. It certainly was something different! It had all the elements of a livestock fairs, goats, sheep, cows, chickens and of course chubby hogs (pigs). The big event was the competition for the Saddle Queen battled out in the big ring by three 18 year old girls. At the end they were awarded prizes for the Saddle Queen, Miss Congeniality and Miss photogenic. The frog jumping was also a key feature but that ...
... can camp and be warm because you're IN Cali .. you'll still be cold, so bring a jacket.
Quiet time at camp was until 8 am, but Curtis and I began packing up around 7:30 and hit the road by 8 in search of a caffeine goddess, aka - starbucks. Now we sit, warm beverages in hand, sunshine at our back, in Fort Bragg and ready to make the short drive down to San Fran! Adios amigos - until tomorrow !
We got a called at 8:45 this morning from Dennis at Hi Tech Auto telling us what the problem with the van was: a bad crank shaft sensor. We authorized the repair, packed up, and checked out by noon (yes, we move that slow). The shop called back just then to tell us the van was ready! They picked us up at our hotel and after we took care of the bill and thanked them, we met ...
... stops in the odd shady spot to take on water. But we made steady progress on the mostly uphill trek, keeping pace with another English family on the trail despite having a four year old with us. The trail was pretty quiet, very different from the walk to Yosemite Falls - in the whole walk we probably saw two more families (one German, one American) and the very occasional couple/individual.
Anyway, by the time we reached the ...
... was my first journey piloting the R.V and, apart form a few minor brown trousers moments at the start, I seemed to get the hang of it quite quickly. With an automatic gearbox and cruise control the R.V doesn’t ask much of you, (other than to be constantly mindful of its enormous size to avoid hitting anything). I felt a slight sense of trepidation before we set off as in the UK you’d have to take a different level of ...