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Category Archives: Destinations
Chicoans may find this post in my main blog (“Planes, Trains, and Running”) interesting. Click here to see the post.
Hertz now has a car rental office in Fort Bragg. The location is conveniently situated at the south end of downtown at the corner of Franklin and Chestnut in quarters it shares with Sport Chrysler Dodge. (The location is owned, … Continue reading
Every spring you can count on seeing articles in newspaper travel sections, AAA’s VIA magazine, Sunset, and other similar publications about how rugged and pretty Lassen National Park is, that the number of visitors is very small, and why you … Continue reading
Since 2001 I’ve made a trip to Ashland, Ore. at least once a year, usually more often. And somewhere over the years I became aware of a race that seemed challenging, to say the least: the Mt. Ashland Hillclimb Run. … Continue reading
Las Vegas is like an insect that sheds its skin every now and then, to become a shiny new creature. Granted, it doesn’t lose everything it had before, but when it embarks on a significant new direction sometimes even the … Continue reading
When you’re traveling to a big city do you take into account hotel parking charges? You should. We’ll take a look at San Francisco because it’s the Big City that most people in northern California regularly visit. But the lesson … Continue reading
At first I was going to title this “Hiking in America’s Secret National Park” but then I thought that was baiting the hook too richly. But those of you who’ve been to Lassen National Park know what I mean. I’ve … Continue reading
Ever had a place you really liked but were reluctant to tell other people about for fear it would become popular and then you would ultimately suffer? You know, reservations become hard to get, prices go up, and trendy-as-heck people … Continue reading
My first impulse was to title this post “Requiem for a Coffeehouse” but I concluded that was both too somber and, I hope, not really accurate. Last autumn I mentioned the Crosstown Coffeehouse in the first of two posts about … Continue reading