Drakesbad Guest Ranch

Address: end of Warner Valley Road, Chester, California, 96020, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on end of Warner Valley Road, Chester, is near Lake Almanor.
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          Travel Blogs from Chester

          Rest and volcanos

          A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Sep 10, 2015

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          ... in the hotel rooms so we have no ability to cook for ourselves. As australians that aren't too worried about what we eat, we have very few questions of waiters and don't really demand anything from them at all. We do wonder what we're tipping when there is almost no difference in service from fast food and a restaurant. Apart from the constant refilling of ice water (they love that) or soda if you ordered that (they love soda more).

          Lassen Volcanic NP

          A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 01, 2015

          11 photos

          ... Then a walk through the Devastation Area, wiped out by the mud flow. Almost complete re growth after 100 years. Good interpretative panels. Next stop Summit Lake, at 2032 metres, with good views of Lassen Peak at 3187 metres. Reached The Summit at 8511 feet, 2586 metres. Descended to Lake Helen and then Emerald Lake. Passed Diamond Peak at 2429 metres. The amazing park highway, like many in other national parks, was constructed in ...

          PCT day 86. 7/14/15

          A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jul 14, 2015

          ... had no food, the campers totally gave us lots of beer and free food. I offered them money, but they wouldn't take it. They had all the respect, admiration, and reverence for our journey, feeling honored to help us out. Wow!! We felt blessed. The trail provides. I will not leave here till tomorrow afternoon. The next 30 mile stretch is the Hat Creek Room and is known to be hot and dry, meaning no water. Gotta be ...

          The naked miles

          A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Jun 24, 2015

          3 comments, 1 photo

          ... on heroine and is now walking from his home in southern California to Canada to change his life and get back on the right track. Some of the crazier things that have happened lately include lucky, camel and I, waking up at 430 in the morning and putting in 20 miles before noon and doing a thirty five mile day to get to sierra city before the restaurants closed.  It was a hike changing experience realizing just what I was capable of. There was also the summer solstice, ...

          Mt. Brokeoff

          A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jul 09, 2012

          30 photos

          ... we decided we had seen all of this side of the park that we wanted and headed back to camp. We grabbed some chairs and headed down to sit by the lake near our campground and enjoy the scenery. It was a great way to unwind. When we arrived back at our campsite we found we had new neighbors, a mother and three kids. The kids were setting up the tent as the mother went to pay. Then another car came by their campsite, looked like friends of theirs cause not but a few ...