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Jan 27, 2012 - California byways

Our revised target of Ukiah turned out to be very nice. We arrived in the dark and in the morning we got a good look at what was there. It was a very basic, old gravel pads with grass taking over, power, water, and a sewer connection. It was as good as it gets with all the conveniences of home. And it was only $27, which for California seemed to be a bargain. We spent part of last night working out our new and revised, simple plan. We decided that for today we would on travel to King City and stay a a regional park where we stayed in 2010....

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Chabago Adventures

Jul 15, 2011 - Special Family Time

Greetings from King City, California…we drove here this morning after spending a couple of days at the Elks Lodge in West Covina. We are staying in a county park campground and we love it so far…more in the next entry about our adventures here. We have had a wonderful time with family these past few months. We did so much so I will only highlight a few of the events. We had an extremely enjoyable evening with mom and dad at the Huntington Library in San Marino. For the first time, they held a concert under the stars for Huntington Library...

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Aug 18, 2010 - Moving Day - King City (Rest Stop)

We left Beale early this morning so we could get a start on the road. The only traffic we expected was driving through Sacramento. We had a great drive down the 5 and across the 152 to Gilroy, the garlic capital of the US,and then south on the 101. We stopped at a campground in King City and what a nice place. I am sure it would have been booked during the weekend but since it was a Wednesday there were only a few campers in the park. We will head to Port Hueneme in the morning

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Jul 11, 2010 - San Lorenzo Park, King City

Wow, Did Max have a good time here....blitzed all over the place on acres and acres of green grass among mature trees. This is a beautiful campground and I really want to take the Lovin Levelers here. I inquired about all the amenities and attractions nearby. It has a big rec hall and an entire BBQ patio area and full kitchen, horseshoes, putting green and koy fish pond and many bldgs with farm and ranch equipment to climb on or observe and a museum as well. And the walking is toooooo stupendous with large green expanses. Did I mention that...

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Mar 10, 2008 - Going South

Greetings from King City, California. We left Jo's brothers and traveled to Cloverdale, CA located about 80 miles north of San Francisco. We were joined here by my dad and his traveling companion, Evelyn. Seems they were on there way to the LA area as are we. They moved thier departure up so we could link up and travel together. While in CLoverdale, we visited one of only three geyser that can offically be termed an "Old Faithful Geyeser". One is in Yellowstone National Park, one in New Zealand, and this one. To qualify as an old faithful...

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Jo and Dan's travels

Sep 16, 2007 - Golden Gate

I learned that viewing the Golden Gate Bridge from the north is harder than I thought it would be. There is a viewing center on the northeast side of the bridge but I was coming down on the northwest side. I pulled into a road just before the bridge and quickly saw that a small parking lot and building was full and inaccessible to me and my 35 feet of vehicle. So, I continued on the road which quickly went uphill and twisted and turned on a narrow road. There was no way to stop to view the bridge and certainly no way to turn around. A few...

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