Best Western Weaverville Victorian Inn
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Finally we cross the state line and enter California. We stop off to visit Lake Tahoe. Its ever so nice. Pristine emerald and blue water surrounded by pine trees. What a beautiful place.
These mountain roads are something else, with scenery that is just breathtaking. We dont get into Redding till after 7pm, and find this really nice RV park off the highway and out of town. Doesnt take long to set up the tent, while Gerry is already set up with her camper van.
... to be on a beach and see the sea. We watched the seals play in the water and had a spot of lunch. There was also a chance we saw a whale but could not 100% confirm. On our way we headed through the Oregon Redwoods and stopped at the Trees of mystery. This is a must see and the trees are amazing!. After leaving the redwoods we continued to head towards our next night stop in Redding. We ...
We are leaving the coast and heading inland to an old time gold mining town of Weaverville. Cool little town echoing the good old mining days.
Stopped along the way to do some mushroom hunting in the redwoods. Lots of mushrooms but not the right ones except for one Bolete which we left alone. ...
... hook ups only I think. On the way back she pointed out the codes gate that goes to the stream which she said is a nice day trip and it even has a swimming hole. We decided that we would do this first thing after the tour.
We came back to the main gate and bypassed the Rec center because we saw that all last night. She then drive us to the gate that leads to the shooting range, past the fish pond and around most of the other camp and cabin spots.
... and the passes are gorgeous, at one peak at about 3000ft elevation, we were actually above the cloud cover and the view was spectacular!
Coming down to the border of California, we got our first glimpse of Mt. Shasta which has an elevation of 9700ft, another spectacular sight. At the border there was a check point, but all they asked about was fruit and flowers, nope, so on we went.
Continuing on, we all of a sudden started to ...