Best Western Gold Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Nino could alter the plans.
We do expect to cycle back through northern California for springtime and back up to Oregon early summer.
It's 800 miles to The Teton's from here. We awoke early, partly due to anticiptation, partly due to the 76 degree temp still inside the RV and only 72 outside. I spot check temp forecasts in Nevada and Idaho which promise lows in the 40's. Whew. ...
... smaller than I expected. It must have been extremely crowded during the actual games.
Redding was nice in that we had a few more days of warm weather before heading to the red woods. We got in a couple of sessions at the pool and coffee under the awning in the morning.
We notice that we are feeling the draw to get home grow stronger the nearer we get to Oregon. We'll see if we stick to our plan.
... of swims, fabulous! Dinner out tonight at Chef's Table Bar & Restaurant in Roseville - excellent! ENTREE of prosciutto wrapped peaches with rocket salad; MAIN Southern fried chicken on mashed potato (3 day preparation) - fantastic! Need to finish packing now .... hopefully I'll be able to shut the suitcase!! LAST big ...
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Hello Dear Friends!
One more week until we take off! We will attempt to hike almost 600 miles on the PCT from Donner Pass to Ashland, Oregon. We may or not make it the entire way, but we will enjoy and be grateful for each and every step!
Audrey, Jeannie and I will begin at Donner Pass for our first section of 39 miles ...
... long time which I guess is true because the time was like 9:45 here which is afternoon time at home. Everything they do in the way they measure things is a bit different from the US for instance, when my dad got a new backpack, the saleslady measured it's size in liters and when we were talking with the man that activated our eurail pass told us that our train was coming 15:02 so all of europe uses military time, on the bottle of soda I had, it was only measured in milliliters, ...