The Lodge at Blue Lakes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Upper Lake
... CA-1S just followed the coastline. Sometimes way up in the air, other times down at sea level, but lots of times with a steep cliff drop to the ocean below. We stopped at all the Scenic Vista stops, and at one of them, the cliff had given way and taken some of the railing with it down to the beach below. The scenery was breathtaking when the fog was clear enough to see. But it was a little chilly at 63 degrees.
We made a quick stop ...
... too far away to the west, this is not a heavily visited part of the state. It's still hot and dry. The air is smoky and hazy from large wild fires burning in the region which because of the weather have been difficult to bring under control.
The historic town of Upper Lake, entered through an archway off the highway has the air of one of those towns you see advertised from time-to-time - for not very much, you can buy the entire place. Along the main ...
... 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 ...
... Lake, then down hw 20 and into neighboring Scotts Valley. It was just Rachel, me and a bunch of middle aged folks, but we talked to some nice and interesting characters. I appreciated meeting a few other Lake County farmers and friends. A U.S map was posted on the wall and I spent some time studying it. I think it started me worrying about my travel plans and what all I will be able to see and what all I will have to miss. Anyway, they had great ...