Shasta Pines Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... visitors...we never could figure out where the guy with the microphone trying to entice and heckle people was hiding. We did not pay the entrance fee to walk the trail but did go through the gift shop, with many of its souvenirs made in China, to visit the End of the Trail Museum. Floor to ceiling glass cases held extensive artifact displays from the Native American tribes. I feel that we are becoming amateur experts on clothing, ...
... breeze since the Anza-Borrego. All the well. There was a bunch up the day before due to Alder creek being dry so quite a few hikers were headed to the same places. We hiked hard all day and then when we finally reached our end of day camp, we saw three other hikers already there. Swig was right behind us so that made six people in a five-to-six person camp. Everyone fit but just barely. There was a little bit of tent stake overlap but everyone ...
... outta town to the Crystal Lake fish hatchery and were quite surprised to catch up to Ruthy at highway 299 waiting to get picked up by his mom to head home for a few days. He had passed us the night before in the midst of busting out the infamous 50 mile day and by god, he accomplished that. Mad ...
We have been blessed this trip with wonderful weather. The trend continued as we left Old Station but not before making the acquaintance of a new hiker face to us known as Swig. It is quite phenomenal how characters flow in and out on this trail. You never know who you are meeting or what effect it may have down the line. We did not know it then but Swig was ...
... but there were no signs after the initial one. We had to choose our direction at several forks in the road, always choosing the one that looked more "up," and ended up at a spectacular lookout tower and viewpoint directly across the valley from Mt. Shasta. Stephanie and Adam would be proud! But we did not need to have Adam's magic key this time, because we met Pam, the one-person lookout staff. She’s been doing this work for decades, and raised ...