Motel 6 Redding South
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Redding South
I think this place is as good as a Motel 6 gets... That's not meant to be critical..it just is what it is... At least this location had queen beds, but the bedding is still tissue thin. I think our room had had the carpets cleaned...but not dried. The must-stank was unpleasant but the a/c mostly did clear it out. The desk gal was great.
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... at the base of The Big Tree with a diameter of 22 feet and a height of 340 feet! We marched the trail of the Cathedral giants, ferns towering over our heads and more bright green moss covering fallen soldiers of the forest. Shrubs of every shade of green filled the cool shade. Great rounded burls and gnarls disfigured the trunks of many of the great patriarchs. There were no flowers, at least nothing blooming when we were there, but, ...
left campsite and had nice ride through forest towards crater lakes.
lakes are well worth a visit, awesome.
while riding around the rim to the village we over took a load of cars queued for road works. the lollipop man pulled us over and told us off for jumping the queue and made us wait while all the cars rolled by. he was very angry grizzly man with a big beard and even threatened to ...
... 500 gallons a day of water! Also, the rapid decrease in temperature. It went from 80 degrees in southern Oregon down to 60 in about an hour as we headed into California and the Redwoods.
After driving east from the Redwoods into Redding, CA, on some very twisting and winding roads, this song came on the radio at the perfect time: Everyday is a Winding Road by Sheryl Crow
... air/sun dry while we went back to take in more of the scenery. However, the scenery was not to be had. Girls had a tantrum, adults had a tantrum, and NOBODY was having a good time. So we went back, I broke the rest of camp and then we decided to just get on the road. It was a long quiet drive. All the girls slept while I drove.
We arrived at the Lava Beds at 1:00, where we met a really enthusiastic park ranger that asked ...
... strewn throughout the area. " Hot Rock" is a 300 ton boulder that landed 5 miles from the eruption. I think that would take the gold medal in the shotput! The park also has Bumpass Hell, which is an active hydrothermal area. America has many world #1s and another is here. " Big Boiler" is the hottest fumarole in the world at 322 degrees F. A very nice Nat. Park, I may be "warming" up to the state a ...