This picture is of the Journey in Friendly RV Park, with Mt. Shasta in the background. This was a nice little Passport America Park. It would be a good staging area for exploring the Mt. Shasta area. We're keeping that in our file for our future travels in Northern California. In the summer, next time. It was 22 degrees when we left Tuesday morning. We are exceeding our propane budget line right now because of the cold temps we have had during our stay in Oregon and here in Northern California, but hey, that's what a furnace is for, right?
Coming down to the Sacremento Valley, the temperatures warmed up nicely. The sun felt especially nice since it was such a rare thing to see up in Oregon.
By the time we pulled in to the Sharpe RV Park at the San Joaquin Defense Distribution Depot, we were starting to feel slightly toasted. No complaints here, it felt great!
At $15/night, we booked for two nights.
We are now in shorts, t-shirts and flip-flops, it feels great. We've been waiting a long time to don these clothes. It is going to be just a lazy day chillin' and doing a whole lot of nothing. In fact, it feels so good, we're going to add an extra day to our stay.
It's nice to have the windows open again, even if we hear an occasional bit of noise from one of these passing by about a half mile away.
No complaints here, I love trains.
Not to mention how much we're glad we're not having to deal with this any more. :c)
Having lots of time on our hands, we slept in late. I cooked a nice breakfast, corned beef hash and eggs. It tasted great.
In the afternoon, we decided to take a ride in the Element and just see what the neighborhood and surrounding area looked like. Thanks to Jeri from Just Wanderin', we found this little place.
Of course Marti made me stop. She's all woman. ;c)
Along with all the rows of chocolate delights,
Marti "talked" me into something else.
We drove around some more, doing a little sight seeing of the area, enjoying some of the homes and buildings. We came across a gas station with this stuck in its roof.
We figure they were on their way to the Extraterrestrial Highway in Nevada and ran low on gas. Approaching the pumps, they must have misjudged their speed. Hope they have good insurance!
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