Super 8 Corning
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We left Arata early due to warnings about construction delays on route 299. We had to be in Chico before 4 for the brewery tour at Sierra Nevada.
The route we took (299) was a great road for the bike, but the construction delays were a bit of a downer. I liked several of the small towns we rode through, especially Weaverville.
We made it to Chico by 1:30 and checked into the hotel to get ready for the tour.
... the place we were meeting Emily for a drink had been closed for renovations so we immediately thought we had no way of contacting her to see where she was. We noticed a note on the door that said "Aaron and Taleesha" on it, so curiously we took it off the door and it was giving directions to a new bar called “Duffy’s” and that’s where she would wait for us, haha. This was hilarious! The things you have to do when you ...
... and a second clubhouse right on the river with concrete patio with tables and chairs. The place is very clean, well kept and inviting.
Today is the day to discover Red Bluff. The town is charming with Victorian style buildings and town square, a bell tower, and many preserved buildings such as the State Theater, the IOOF building, brick churches with tall spires, and a well preserved downtown. ...
... 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
Corning is one of the smaller towns we have stayed in with just a population of 9000. We are staying at a casino which is on a Indian reservation and run by the Indians. They own lots of casinos around the states and are very reasonable to stay at. The profits from the accommodation and casino are given back to the community which is good. We could learn something from them. This morning was spent checking with air New ...