Hampton Inn & Suites Red Bluff
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... of money and time into a well pump, power system, pipes, storage containers, filters for a small spring that could be destroyed in a landslide or flood? What is the Monroe Institute anyway and why am I so interested in understanding out of body experiences? This trip from the Bay Area to Vancouver Island, British Columbia will involve a lot of driving for a man with a broken foot. ...
- Traveled about 2 hours and 30 minutes my brother found out that he needed to go to the bathroom break
- While my brother was gone to the restroom I had brought some more water, top noodles, and Cheetos for $10.25.
- Also, spent $29.93 for gas.
... sweater van. Having a little spare time we contacted and arranged to meet a grower, Don, whom we had met at the last night's dinner. Don runs a 150 acre prune & kiwi fruit farm north of Yuba city. So we called in there for an hour and climbed all over his machinery, walked in his crops, peeked in his sheds and chatted to Don, his wife Anne and brother Joe. Don has become Michael Z's soul mate as they are of the select band using counter-flow driers. They were ( ...
Traveled from El Dorado Hills, California to Redding, California
- Stopped at Redding 11:10 a.m. and left at 11:30 a.m.
- I stopped at Arco gas station
- The bathrooms were not too nice, but they were decent
- Bought a water bottle, chips and beef jerky but I was not too hungry because of my big breakfast
- Food Costs: $4.50
- Gas Costs: $37.27
... east on Hwy 44. We saw Lassen Peak, which is 10, 547 feet. Since the roads to the park were closed, we had lunch by Manzanita Lake at 5800 feet. Around 3, we decided to go to another entrance to the park on the southern side to get a better view of the peaks. The drive was beautiful, and we saw lots of Ponderosa pines. The snow appeared around 5000 feet, and got deeper as we climbed higher. We ...