Ramada Limited Redding
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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mark explained we were form a place where this was normal and no problem but he was having none of it.
detention over off we set.
after lakes more mountains and don onto flooded plain, very spectacular.
lost following the super google maps again and eventually headed for yesemeti national park
fuel was a big problem on this stretch and stayed at Redding.
... near. At 7:00 we arrived at Burney Falls, where it was 92 degrees at the parking lot (in the shade!), although a good 20-30 degrees cooler down at the base of the falls! One neat thing about Burney Falls is that some of the water comes from the creek spilling over the falls, but a LOT of the water actually seeps through the porous volcanic rock wall fed by underground springs. Unlike many California waterfalls, it never dries ...
... always good, but the redwoods, eh. They were big. They were tall. Not much else to say. I did see my first wild elk there, though. Splendid animals. Next stop was the Lassen Volcanic Nat. Park, more to my liking. Every mountain within the park's boundary is either a volcano or part of one. Also a number of nice trails in the park. After Mount Lassen erupted in 1915, locals found many ...
Spending the day in town. Started early with a Segway tour over the Sundial bridge. It was a 1/2 hr of fun early before the heat was on. Right now we're in a shopping mall. Spent the rest of the day in our campground. Great little pool all to ourselves here. Just have to watch for rattlers when wandering around ...
... the bus for a trip through the park with stops at Sulphur Works, Bumpass Hell, the summit and the Devastated Area. The Sulphur Works was smelly from the hydrogen sulfide being released; no surprise, we expected this from having visited Yellowstone NP. Bumpass Hell was apparently named for Kendall VanHook Bumpass who discovered this area in 1864 by falling through ...