Cedar Lodge Motel & RV Park
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... and were wondering what was wrong. Then we figured it out - altitude (or at least we hoped). We were up 7000 feet or so (2300m) and we were struggling with breath and had a slight headache. We hoped that was it, or at least we have become really really unfit.
We eventually got up there after having a break every 100 steps or so, finally arrived. It was pretty cool. The dunes are unique, with little trees coming growing ...
Time to explore the park today. We never knew USA had so many volcanos, having only ever heard of Mt St Helens. Started with a lovely walk around Manzanita Lake, approx. 2 km. Spotted a black tailed deer and two fawns, then a grey heron. Lovely reflections. Then we packed up and drove to the Visitor Centre, where we looked at amazing photos taken of the eruptions of Lassen Peak in 1915. They were taken by a photographer called Ben ...
First stop Merrill for coffee. This is obviously duck shooting country- dozens of duck paraphernalia at the cafe, as well as a stuffed cougar! Lovely views of Mt Shasta as we drove. Another volcano, topped with glaciers, looked a bit like Mt Fuji in the distance, rising to 4316 metres. Very different country today - less dense forest, some almost desert terrain and cattle farming country. Crossed into California, ...
... Folsom. So expect the door bell to ring, Suzi I gave them the key code for the house........Just Kidding! Herman was traveling alone and had just happened upon the Swedes, but now they were going to travel together until Tahoe. I was great swapping tips on the route with those that have already traveled it. Herman was very opinionated and thought I packed to much. What can I say he is most likely right! He thought I should get a small dog for Betty's ...
... 8 on the D loop, and set up camp. I had researched before we arrived, and learned they had laundry and showers, score! Since it was later in the afternoon, we decided to do laundry and relax, and the next day we would hit the ground running and see everything in the park. After we had fresh clean clothes (which is magical), we went back to our site to find more people had arrived and our neighbors had come back. We were pretty close to them, and could hear a lot of ...