BEST WESTERN Antelope Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Antelope Inn Red Bluff
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Thankfully when we adjusted the temperature, it was pretty near perfect after a very short time and it being a really silent unit (unlike the jet engine we had in San Francisco) we were able to leave it on all night.
Breakfast was coffee, oatmeal and fruit, English muffins and 'grape jelly'. Brit the Brave had some of the rather dry looking scrambled egg. But then "By the livin’ Gawd that made her "she's a better man than I am, Gunga Din", as you might ...
... a clearing.
We drove miles and miles through the Cascades, with constant elevation changes. At times we were on flat ground, by fluffy yellow fields peppered with dark green trees and the occasional farm, with rectangular bales of hay piled neatly together in blocks. And we saw fields of grazing cows, horses, freshly sheered sheep, and even a few llamas. At other times, we were making passage ...
... us and then went right on working. We were hoping to go out to dinner but her work load is not permitting us that treat tonight. I went to a Greek shack and got us both some healthy food. Again Motel 6 comes through with a great ADA room.
Tomorrow will be an earlier start. It will be our longest travel day. Day 1 we went 323 miles, today was 344. I think tomorrow is around 450 miles to ...
... around the town taking photos and then drove out to William B Ide State Historical Park. Ide was an early settler who put up the first adobe building one hundred and fifty years ago which has been preserved. Unfortunately, last July, a 400 year old oak that provided shade for the compound came down and damaged several buildings including the historic adobe so there wasn't much to see.
... Redding. This is a wonderful unique foot bridge over the Sacramento at Turtle Bay Park. It is a functioning sun dial, telling the time one day a year - June 21, the Summer Solstice. This was one of the highlights of our trip.
Sunday morning we had an early start heading back to Danville and our real life.