Travel Blogs from Mount Shasta
Saturday July 5, 2014
Today was set aside for R & R around the campground. After a delicious steak dinner, cooked on the grill, we went to the local holiday celebration, "Concert in the Park". It was a family barbeque and a concert by local musicians; we were there only a few minutes before returning to the campground.
... we headed north on CA Rt. 139, west on CR Rt. 161 then south on US 97, I-5 and east on CA Rt. 89 to the campground. This route took us through some beautiful farmland and then the Ponderosa Pine forests that cover much of the higher mountain sides. For almost the entire trip back we had the snow caped 14,000 foot “Mount Shasta” as a beacon toward which we were heading.
... the campground is full of families and there are kids everywhere, it is great to see everyone having fun. After setting up camp we went to visit a high school friend of Jack’s and her husband, for dinner and some great conversation. It was great being able to reunite with them after so many years.
... will lay down in, as you carry them out of the wilderness. Usually a search and rescue team would have one premade, so this was to practice if you weren't on a rescue mission, but were hiking and either found someone, or it was someone in your party. We ended early today which was great. Afterwards, I played some basketball and then ate dinner. After dinner, I watched Saving Private Ryan, as today was the 70th anniversary of the D-Day ...
... can happen with pregnancies, and how the mother becomes a rapid transport to the hospital. After dinner, we did a wilderness scenario at night, where we pretended to be a search and rescue team. We had to take care of two patients and make sure that we took the best possible care of them. It was the coolest thing we could have done tonight, because it made things more ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking