BEST WESTERN Anderson Inn
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Finally we cross the state line and enter California. We stop off to visit Lake Tahoe. Its ever so nice. Pristine emerald and blue water surrounded by pine trees. What a beautiful place.
These mountain roads are something else, with scenery that is just breathtaking. We dont get into Redding till after 7pm, and find this really nice RV park off the highway and out of town. Doesnt take long to set up the tent, while Gerry is already set up with her camper van.
Not our usual Monday morning!...Sam trying to eject Lois from her bed and rush to the bus stop! Our morning started with a nice breakfast and then heading off towards the coast. Oregon is so beautiful, full of trees and different flowers. As we came closer to the coast, our first chance to park up and see the sea was a a place called gold beach. The temperature had dropped some but it ...
... where we checked out the attached RV Park. At $28 a night this offers a lot, as guests can use the facilities of the hotel with its restaurants, entertainment, and gaming.
Last day of summer-like weather for a while. We made an easy day of it and just hung around the resort and pool, doing only the pre-trip checks on the motor home and getting the car hooked up. Tomorrow we head for ...
... franks in a frying pan. 98 degrees and the Walmart does not allow overnight parking (seriously?) so we kept driving. The roads began to climb into some deciduous trees that were already beginning to drop their crispy brown leaves. People trying to get home from the office were driving the curvy roads like they were qualifying for a Nascar cup but, the road did have guardrails. Yay! I got Bud to stop to pick up a beautiful cone I saw on the ...
... because there was so much snow on the trail. We stopped instead and did a half mile hike through the Devastation Area where we could see volcanic rocks. They were very large and some were called puzzle rocks because they hardened into puzzle shaped pieces after they cooled.
Next we stopped at King's Creek Meadow and were just going to walk the short distance down to ...