Inn at Rolling Hills
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Great place with good prices and fabulous food.
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... 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
... River. They were most hospitable and showed us around the farm and arranged a tour of the recently installed fish recovery system in the river. Stops fish being caught in the irrigation canal diversion pumps. The Lindauers are pioneers & leaders in the USA prune industry & it was a privilege to visit them. Quick drive into our hotel, then off to a local restaurant for dinner which was very nice indeed. Then back to the hotel armed with a few refreshments and ...
Yes indeed we were out of here at 11:17. It took us two hours to get to Vacaville....love that bay area traffic. Not much new on I-5 northbound to Red Bluff. Arrived at Durango, love this RV Resort....Luigis delivers right to your RV spot. ...
... judgement a bit on this RV park and the Redding/Red Bluff area since it was so oppressively hot at 106 degrees that we stayed in the A/C most of the day. Even the dogs didn't want to go out.
At 6:30 pm or so we ventured out to see one sight that Jon can now cross off his Bucket list - the Sun Dial ...
... along the Californian coastline. We walked around the centre and were amazed to see an octopus in one of the tanks. It was a strange sight! We saw it's body change colour to camouflage with the rocks beneath it. It manoeuvred around the tank using its tentacles as legs and arms. There were also a variety of large fish in one tank, with shrimp in another. After enjoying our short outing we hopped back in the car ...