It started raining hard last night around 8 pm. By 9 pm. we were sound asleep, drugged by the cold medication. Sometime in the night the rain quit and when we woke up this morning the mountains around the Yreka RV Park had a nice dusting of fresh snow.
We got ourselves ready to roll and pulled out of the RV park and were soon heading south on I-5 again. As we got a little closer to the town of Weed those little rain drops began turning to light snow flurries. We pulled off the interstate in Weed and parked at the local McDonald's for our favorite breakfast of English muffins and coffee. Ate our fill of that and soon enough were back "on the road again".
As we began to drive further south, those little snow flurries turned back to rain drops again.
After the lunch break we got back onto the interstate. We hadn't decided where we were going to go tonight. Would we dry camp? Would we go to an RV park? Toss a coin maybe. This time of year in California's central valley you ride along being able to view the lovely green hills. You can see a lot of farmland along this interstate, too.
The park is sufficient for an overnight stay. It sure isn't first class, but then we rarely need first class. It works great for a stop over, especially after a long day of driving. Here is the office/manager's home. There is also a separate building for restrooms. I didn't inspect them as we will not be using them.
Here is one of the rows of RV's behind ours, and here is our motorhome. This is an older RV park and in order to fit the larger rigs you need to park at an angle. They give you 2 spaces for this but still only charge you for one space. It has full hook-ups with 50 amp.service. It was a level space with room for both slides and the car to park behind us....what more do we need for tonight? Nothing.
Tomorrow we are having another long day. We plan to drive to the Morongo Casino north of Palm Springs for an overnighter before moving on to Ehrenburg for 2 nights.
Until next time.....so long for now!
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