Lake View Inn
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... be sitting poolside, as we'll be leaving for roseville and staying with tim's sister for a couple of nights. The beauty all around us is and has been overwhelming at times. As i've said before /a trip of a lifetime/ I'll send a couple of pictures along Sure do appreciate all the prayers being said on our behalf. love to all june & m j ...
Family and Friends,
We thought that those of you who are not RV'ers would enjoy seeing the mechanics of moving an RV, from breaking to setting up camp.
We have made videos of each step of the process, which was a lot of fun!
This is part 1.
... we set about pulling out the last of the nets. These had been left on the ground from last year and had become completely overgrown in places. It was probably the hardest thing we've done in all our visits! Trying to pull them free of the grass and weeds that had grown through them was gruelling.... Eventually we'd had enough and headed back to ...
... a relaxing day in Crescent City.
city itself is actually pretty ugly. It was almost completely destroyed
by a tsunami in 1964. An earthquake near Prince William Island, Alaska
brought huge waves.
After that the remained residents build it up quickly and without any architectural landmarks.
thing that is really interesting is the lighthouse which is only accessible during low tide. We were lucky, the ...
... before we left, and I really have to agree. Especially in the driving sense. Road signs are merely ‘suggestions’. I was a bit worried about our driving in Italy, hearing how awful it is. However, it wasn’t near as bad as I thought. Tom did a very good job in driving. For the experience of Italy we wanted to obtain, you have to drive. Driving is the only way to get way into the back countryside of Italy. Giving you the freedom to roam. Places that are ...