Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... morning we drove south along Hwy 31 - called the Oregon Outback which had us in rain and snow for over 209 miles. Beautiful snow and good roads. Although we planned to stay in Likely,CA the park was closed due to snow, so we motored on to Susanville to see my family. Then headed back to Wilton over Hwy 80 and more new snow. Very spectacular views and the rig worked very well. The cat liked it ...
... s only claim to fame is it is near Lake Almanor (doubtful that is anything to write home about), a large reservoir in northwestern Plumas County, northeastern California. The reservoir has ...
... is now dormant, on the Pacific Ring of Fire. However, in 1915 the peak blew a huge cloud of ash over 30,000 feet into the air and hurled boulders weighing several tons and rocks of all sizes miles from the volcano. Our first stop in the park was at the “Sulfur Works”, this is an area where super-heated water (hydrothermal) is forced to the surface in the form of steam that contains sulfur, and it is detectable for a ...
... desert that we had seen in Nevada until we started to gain altitude and we started to see some short trees; the lack of water limits the number and size of the trees and bushes. We found a nice campground in the town of Susanville CA, at the Susanville RV Park, where we have wide level concrete parking pads with some grass / weeds between the sites. In the afternoon we explored the area in and around the town of Susanville.
... too hard for her to work from Woodland, and too ******* the guys when she was in L.A. I'm really going to miss them, though.
From there, I headed north on 113, through Knight's Landing and Yuba City. As I was driving past the miles and miles of tomatoes and other veggies, reminiscing about my tomato truck days (has it really been 19 years?), I came across this ginormous nest atop a ...