The Whitmore Inn

761 Main Street, Weaverville, California, 96093, United States | Inn
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I didn't bring sunscreen

A travel blog entry by laz-adventures

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Got up this morning and got dressed in the usual-long sleeves and bear paws (cheap uggs) and Gary in his flannel and jacket. There was sunshine but who knew that it could get so warm that I wish I had sunscreen and shorts? I wore sunglasses all day. The sky was blue with big fluffy white clouds and there was sun all day. Some of the trees even had started to bloom. We stopped at one rest stop to have lunch and it was ...

Detours, Delays, and Delicious Wines

A travel blog entry by buttfunnels

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... you flavor notes and all of that stuff, but we enjoyed what we tasted! We can't wait to come back and check out the area when we have more time. Beyond wine country, our drive took us through more farmland as we continued our journey north to Redding. We can't quite pinpoint the character of Redding, but Matt got a very 90s pit stop vibe from the area around our exit--there are 4 diners in a quarter-mile radius (including 2 Dennys!)--and a lot of northwest cabin-y ...

CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF A STRANGE KIND

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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I-5 between Seattle and Sacramento is definitely a challenge. It reminds me somewhat of the bumper car tracks in amusment parks.

The first strange encounter was our first night out, between Tacoma and Longview. We never have learned what happened but as we rounded a gentle curve we suddenly encountered 2 state patrol officers from separate vehicles approaching a sedan in the center divider. The top of the sedan was flattened to ...

R Wild Horse Ranch day 2

A travel blog entry by nagaiadventure

... to head upstream a good 500-600 yards to find the swimming hole, it was 6ft at the deepest, with rocks we could jump off of. Lick was able to follow most the way in the side of the stream, he wasn't happy when we made him swim to a rock to be close to us. He swims ok, just doesn't like it.
It was really hot 100's, and after swimming we drove to the nearest gas station (10 mi.), and payed a dollar more per gallon, then headed to the rec center to eat ...

Goodbye Whiskeytown!

A travel blog entry by juliannamargare

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... of us had very bruised shoulders the next day.

Poison oak is a big problem on the trail. Almost everyone has been infected. It starts as itchy little dots that look like mosquito bites and then morphs into huge swollen areas. I thought I was immune at first because 70% of the people had gotten it but not me! Oh was I wrong! I now have it on my legs, arms, and stomach.

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Lassen National Park- We went to Lassen one of ...

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