West Walker Motel

Address: 106833 Hwy 395, Walker, California, 96107, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 106833 Hwy 395, Walker, is near Topaz Lake.
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      Travel Blogs from Walker

      Day 2 of ride North to Oregon

      A travel blog entry by aley48 on Aug 19, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... testing and training range operated by the United States Navy.
      Today we rode up the Owens Valley with the impressive Sierra Nevadas to our left. This mountain range runs 400 miles (640 km) north-to-south, and is ...

      Cousin Catch-up & Tasty Tuesday

      A travel blog entry by wordmom on Jul 08, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Tuesday!" We awoke to the smell of bacon, eggs and French toast. For lunch we met my cousin Mary (who recently moved to the area) at In 'n Out. Dinner we had delicious tri-tip & sweet corn on the cob with homemade chocolate chip cookies for dessert. Tasty Tuesday was a complete success. We spent the whole day chatting and chewing. Unfortunately we are going to have to follow it up with "Weight Watchers ...

      Valentine's Day Road Trip

      A travel blog entry by lisamcb on Feb 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... called the Ruby Inn. Room includes a continental breakfast too. As you can tell from my updated blog, there is even wifi. We are heading to Death Valley tomorrow and hope to go via Bodie - a ghost town. We are hoping the road is open, but there have been big storms recently so it may be closed. Well I am pretty exhausted, so will say goodnight for now. Back when I next have ...

      Three Rivers, CA to Topaz Lake, NV

      A travel blog entry by xcountry-mctrip on Sep 12, 2013

      18 photos

      ... The road has few barriers or guardrails and is chocked full of switchbacks and steep climbs that take you over 10000 feet. When I arrived at the top of the mountain I was greeted by one of the most beautiful and incredible sights I've ever seen. The Sequoia trees are absolutely massive some are 270+ feet tall and 30+ feet in circumference. I took a lot of pictures but the will probably fail to convey the massive size of these trees.

      The Blog is dead, long live the blog!

      A travel blog entry by mjslonim on Sep 17, 2012

      1 comment

      ... road again..." For now, Ilana is on her tours till October 8th and I am in a rented 5th-Wheel in the RV park here at Paradise Shores, where I am Camp Hosting through October and fishing when I can, catching more trophy sized wild trout than anybody deserves to. In the next month or so I have to locate an RV park for us to Winter-over in as Camp Hosts. We are mostly looking at Southern and Central California and Palm Springs---somewhere warm. Then we have ...