20 Oaks Cottages & RV Park

Address: 10503 East Hwy 20, Clearlake Oaks, California, 95423, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 10503 East Hwy 20, Clearlake Oaks, is near Clear Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Clearlake Oaks

    Necessary detour

    A travel blog entry by rikelman on Sep 17, 2014

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    Had to retrace our route due to high wind warnings, smoke and fires. Drove back to Grants Pass and over to the coast #101. Fires closed parts of #5 for the Weed fire, high profile warnings etc, so we had to put on an extra 170 miles going around. The drought is mind boggling-- rivers are dry or very low, and fields are totally brown. Very ...

    Mike on TV

    A travel blog entry by mikenda on May 04, 2014

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    The day started out really sucky! We stopped for gas in King City and ended up getting hit. Yep, in the gas station! She had no license, and a different name on the car title and insurance. ****! We are still able to drive even if we have a boo-boo so we will.
    Our trek today was up the 101, through San Francisco, across the Golden Gate Bridge and up towards Eureka.
    Did you know that you have to go thru downtown SF to get to the GG Bridge?? Neither did ...

    The tire sat spinning...

    A travel blog entry by pattusmaximus on Jun 30, 2013

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    ... about this place from some website that advertises free campgrounds in the area."
    Mike laughs, "well you should probably have some words with that website when you get a chance."
    I agree tenfold, "say, what kind of animals are in the area?" I say, almost fearing the answer I'm going to get.
    "Oh," Mike begins to say, pausing to spit the brown juice from his mouth, "you'll get bears, coyotes (pronouncing it ky-yotes), and lions out here."

    Hotel California

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on May 17, 2011

    ... and knew, like a wise sage, exactly what he was doing.

    After lighting the fire with a propane-powered flame torch, it very quickly became clear that my concerns about the grass were well founded and the fire started to rapidly spread out. "We're going to have to fight it!" shouted Eric as we all grabbed a shovel. Every time I tried to get near to the flames to smother them with the shovel, the heat became so intense it felt like my face was melting. I'm not ******* ...

    My Last Work Day and Post at Le Vin

    A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on Mar 19, 2010

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    ... understood what we were supposed to do after he explained it, left and let us think. We took turns with all the steps, but the general process is as follows. We had to smell the recycled bottles we were filling and make sure to not fill the rancid ones. Yeah, I thought it was a little sketchy. Then we filled bottles one at a time from these shiny, metal casks. It took a while to find all these bottles and caps. It's a little disorganized in there and filled with ...