Baymont Inn & Suites Anderson
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... a parking lot...he's a good guy! I've never seen one like this before...it's shaped almost like a pineapple with thick bracts holding huge seeds in place...and the tips of the bracts are needle sharp and it's heavy.
It was getting close to 8 p.m., it had been a long day, and we were hungry. Most of the towns close down at 5 p.m. so we were willing to take anything for dinner...and along came Shingletown. I am pretty positive that ...
mark explained we were form a place where this was normal and no problem but he was having none of it.
detention over off we set.
after lakes more mountains and don onto flooded plain, very spectacular.
lost following the super google maps again and eventually headed for yesemeti national park
fuel was a big problem on this stretch and stayed at Redding.
... 500 gallons a day of water! Also, the rapid decrease in temperature. It went from 80 degrees in southern Oregon down to 60 in about an hour as we headed into California and the Redwoods.
After driving east from the Redwoods into Redding, CA, on some very twisting and winding roads, this song came on the radio at the perfect time: Everyday is a Winding Road by Sheryl Crow
... best couch host (hey David!!!) and went to a furry party minus the sex. We met up with a friend of a friend in Mt. Shasta who needed us to drive his camper out the the commune because he had been in some trouble with the law and sometimes gets random amnesia and gets naked, chases bears, and creeps people out. We drove on the craziest road I have ever been on in this country. It was just a really steep one lane forest service road with a cliff on ...
... of them... The last one was dessert wine which I've never had before, and she served it with mushroomy goats cheese on crackers and it was a good combo. I felt very civilised! Our next stop was at a little coastal village where there was a row of touristy shops and nothing else! There was a Belgian chocolate shop though and it was good to have chocolate that wasn't **** like all American chocolate is! I miss Cadbury though ...