Forest Lodge Motel

Address: 63712 Highway 96, Happy Camp, California, 96039, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 63712 Highway 96, Happy Camp.
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    Travel Blogs from Happy Camp

    Road trip to the Westcoast

    A travel blog entry by jakethecake on Aug 30, 2014

    2 comments, 154 photos

    Started out in Traverse city Michigan.
    bought a 94 Acura Integra, flipped down the back seats layed out some blankets and packed what things i though necessary, like a huge speaker box : >
    For now i just want to Cover ground and make it to the Westcoast asap
    see if i can find some work out there, once i have some money in my pocket ill take alot longer on my way back ...

    Seiad Valley: An ending in reach

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Jul 30, 2014

    10 photos

    ... night. Our plan will be to approach in the earliest of dawns around 5 am and get all the uphill out of the way before it heats up. We have been getting over 100* days for awhile now, and sometimes I wonder how we ever made it across the desert. We were heavier and weaker then than now. What a relief to have that behind us, but that doesn't mean the hard work is over. She continues northbound, and we continue to track behind her. It will soon carry us across the California-Oregon ...

    Oregon Caves National Monument

    A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Aug 02, 2013

    10 photos

    ... that was too small so he took his clothes off (to his skivvies!) and wiggled through the whole and explored in the 44F cave in his underwear! Anyhow, the formations were not as cool as the Jenolan Caves last year in Australia, but it was still exciting and a great learning experience.

    We camped at a private campground, which had hot showers and nice facilities, so that was a real bonus after three days with no showers!

    Love to all, ...

    The Gray North

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jul 25, 2013

    4 photos

    ... 8230; well, almost. It’s cold a lot and foggy a lot, which is something I have come to hold against this near-perfect place of coastal northern California. Still, up the coast we went and into the fog. The coastal fog moves in so fast that in the course of a few minutes you can watch it progress. It suspends itself over the pastures and ocean like long, wispy pieces of cotton candy and obscures everything - turning a once vibrant ...

    Exploring marble caves

    A travel blog entry by nancydeb on Jul 24, 2011

    20 photos

    ... acid reaches the deeper parts of the cave, resulting in whiter formations that glow under fluorescent light.

    We were introduced to many of the different kinds of formations including cave popcorn, soda straws and moon milk. When our guide was asked by a child in our group why all the names related to food, her suggestion was that cavers are hungry people. Moon milk has actually been discovered to have anti-bacterial properties when ...