Tag: national park

Visiting Point Reyes and Half Moon Bay

We Felt the Pull of the Pacific, while caring for the two cats in Sonoma, and decided a trip to Point Reyes National Seashore was in order. I’ve always wanted to go and the time was now.   We took the long drive through the hills and found the entrance. Most of the information you see …

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Lassen National Park – A Fantastic Voyage

First Things First – Before we can get to our story of Lassen National Park, we have to start by sharing our first adventure of the day. We packed up our gear and left our campground at Whiskeytown and ventured back to Redding for a visit to the Sundial Bridge. What is Sundial Bridge you …

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A Roaming Duo Visit Old Friends

First Things First – This view is what we woke to at Elk Lake Campground – what a treat! The full moon was dropping over the mountains to the west, the sun rising over a gorgeous lake. If you have to get up and get going this is an excellent place to do it. 

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Trail Ridge Road – Words Won’t Do

Which Way Should We Go? Before wrapping up our house sit in Allenspark, we needed to plan our return trip to Oregon. There were three ways to go: the fastest would be north to Cheyenne then west on Interstate 80 to Salt Lake City. We were not going to go through Southern Wyoming again; no …

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