Lakeview Lodge Motel
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... We tried to find a foot trail that was on a map in the office. We sort of found it.
And, that's pretty much it. I did manage to do a couple tiny loads of laundry in our tiny RV washer/dryer!
Not sure where we'll end up tomorrow. Stay tuned!
... a time and it ain't cheap. I usually charge $25 a gallon, but seeing as your pedalin, I'll make it just $20." Not knowing what to say, I just brought my bike over and started pulling out empties. Four full bottles and a foldable water pouch later, I asked what the charge would be. Marty just laughed real loud. Seems he was pulling my leg. At the time, I was ready and willing to pay the $20.
That got me through ...
In the evening we followed an antelope that another camper was stalking with binoculars and finally a sunset just before we turned in. Again, sorry about the loss of the first draft - it had a lot more details (maybe you're happy with the shortened version!!!)
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
Today...heading toward Idaho.
Last night we had a few sprinkles and the wind picked up so we set up our "awnings" and enjoyed an evening meal of salad with chicken chunks. In between raindrops, we spotted a bald eagle gracefully soaring over the large marsh between the campground and Juniper Lake. I got as close as I could, but was still a long way off. Later, we brought out the 23" digital TV which we bought after we started the trip. About a week ago, ...
... panel and refilling the closet, we were finally ready to hit the road - a couple of hours late, but what the heck, we are on vacation!
We took US 101 to Arcata and turned northwest on CA 299. This is the same road we drove for an hour on to get to Willow Creek and the fun spot on the South Trinity River. Our first destination was Redding, California, about a three hour trip on serious mountain roads that went from 200 ...