The Lodge at Blue Lakes
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Travel Blogs from Upper Lake
... is a three hour trip on an old time train that runs from Willits to Fort Bragg. We took a day trip to Fort Bragg. This was a 33 mile drive that took and hour and a half! We drove up and down the mountain, around a hundred curves and at least four switch backs. Along the way, we saw our first Redwood trees and magnificent vistas and views. At ...
... geyser similar to the one in Yellowstone we couldn't help but stop by and take a look. Unfortunately we found a small farm block with a few goats and sheep and a geyser that although it was faithful, it wasn't exactly the impressive natural show we were expecting when compared to the geyser in Yellowstone. However, it was a nice pit stop and the goats were pretty cute so we can't complain too much. Our second stop today was a petrified ...
((Late post as we were traveling AND I had a major problem with the computer getting connected. Dolly was able to get it connected))
As the title says, we extended our stay here for a second day. Its an OK park and we felt comfortable here. When we crawled out of our "RV" this morning it was freezing! The thermometer said 49 degrees, the winds were strong and that made it seem much, much colder. ...
... I settled in for a slow, scenic drive through this uncharted (at least to me) land. Man, was it gorgeous. Some of it was almost dark as night under the thick canopy of the trees that surrounded the road, and when there was a break in artificial nighttime, it would open up to a beautiful meadow that overlooked the entire rest of the mountains.
Then, disaster struck.
As I came over the crest of a small hill, I almost slammed on the brake with both feet, as I ...
... stuff in my van and finished pruning my row in the last rays of sun. I'm faster now. ;) When Thurston got back from pruning we made some Chai and went back to work on the powerpoint for 90 minutes. We got to page 47. I've learned a lot. He's been pretty thorough on the issues and debate.
Quickly: the solar panels on the roof of their house do not provide all the energy for the vineyard but they do cover all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed