Travel Blogs from Lakehead
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.
... Cave” which lasted about 1 and ½ hours, this was a great experience to have a knowledgeable ranger explain the process that created the various types of rocks and the lava tube through which we were
walking. Jack explored a third lava tube, the “Golden Dome Cave”, while Valerie relaxed back at the truck. Leaving the park we wanted to take a different route ...
... which create the effect of a veil across the cliff face. It is truly beautiful; neither of us have seen this effect before. After viewing the falls we took a 1 mile hike that took us downstream, across the river and up the other side to another bridge to cross back to the parking lot. Being a ...
... and his lame as **** girlfriend who he "actually" never ******* let go of. Thank **** the stoner neighbour Adam heard all the commotion going on and decided to show up with a case of beer and join the party! he soon realised how lame the place was and me and Adam went back to his place to smoke cones and do dabs(concentrated THC wax) all night. Needless to say I was higher then Marcus gets before he growls out his mum on Thursday ...
... best couch host (hey David!!!) and went to a furry party minus the sex. We met up with a friend of a friend in Mt. Shasta who needed us to drive his camper out the the commune because he had been in some trouble with the law and sometimes gets random amnesia and gets naked, chases bears, and creeps people out. We drove on the craziest road I have ever been on in this country. It was just a really steep one lane forest service road with a cliff on ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed