Travel Blogs from Chester
Day One: 329 miles
Poor Bella sure knew something was up this morning; she stuck close to me while I got things ready to go. I'm glad that she likes Ellen and Larry -- and vice versa -- and I hope that she settles down soon.
My first stop was Woodland, to see Aaron, Bree, and the boys before they move to SoCal later this week. Bree's company, Social House, has really taken off, and it ...
We saw an awesome mountain in the distance, they call it Lassen. On the first day after the government got their $&@! together we were able to finally enter a national park. But, it turned out the road had some rocks on it so we had to go all the way around the park instead. What is up tour of middle of nowhere ...
... on the bus Tuesday evening, I found one of the tires 10 pounds low. Not good. I decided to stop back in Sparks on Wednesday to have it checked out. Sure enough, the valve stem had come loose and was leaking. Easy fix, and mucho peace-of-mind.
Final Drivers Log
Having collected our RV yesterday, we at last got underway this morning, which what can only be described as everything including the kitchen sink.
Out of desperation Ralph piled it all in, and we were both rather appalled at how much stuff we have brought with us. This despite having paid boat loads of money to the moving company to move the rest of it!
We crossed the Golden Gate Bridge ...
... dog that we rescued early in the trip that had been abandoned, at that rest stop in Canada. I needed to go my Karren's house...Pat's sister Betty was there and not feeling well. So I did my medical check in, and Betty at age 93, is on the mend. Getting there I took the road out of Bend, that comes upon the Rogue River. I suspect that part of this was the head waters. It was a ...
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