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Sep 11, 2012 - Angels Camp, California

We were up at the normal time, which was early, packed up and decided to head to Lake Tahoe, as it was one of the spots we had missed when we started our 110 trip. We were not far out of Reno when we were again heading up the mountains. We passed the Mount Rose Summit (8911ft) and started to go down into the Lake Tahoe area. It was a beautiful (and slow) drive around the lake through numerous resort areas, large trees and large mountains. Once we got to the south end of the lake we headed into the Stanislaus National Forest on a road that...

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Jun 14, 2009 - Trip 10: Angels Camp RV and Camping Resort, Angels Camp CA

Our first post-Yellowstone trip, we decided to head down highway 49, for another of our 1-tank trips. Highway 49 is interesting to say the least. It is the primary gold country artery, but sometimes is so narrow, you think you were on an old wagon trail, and you probably are! As you leave downtown Angels Camp you go through a series of narrow curves with houses and front yards less than 10ft from the curb – very tight. But we were champions now after our big Yellowstone trip, if that was the case then why did I forget to lock the hitch and...

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Apr 21, 2008 - Send money!!!!

OK, here is some fun math for you...say you are in California, driving on roads like the ones in the Baja peninsula. You pull in for some fuel and it's $4.53 per gallon for diesel and your truck holds 95 gallons of fuel. If you put the fuel into 1 ounce perfume bottles and sell it to chicks that dig truckers, could you make any money???? We were gonna try to NOT buy fuel in California but do you guys know how LONG this state is??? We are a bit East-North-East of San Francisco with miles to go yet and need to fuel at least one more time...

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Jun 20, 2007 - Angels Camp, CA

We spent Sunday and Monday nights at Coyote Valley RV Resort. Monday afternoon, we picked up (in the motorhome) our Morgan Stanley rep's in front of their high-rise, downtown Oakland office. We drove to a nearby park, extended our slideout, and had plenty of space for a comfortable meeting of five (including Woody). On Monday, we also had doctor, dentist, and optometrist appointments in Walnut Creek, Concord, and Lafayette. We were hoping that this would be our last mandatory day in the Bay Area, but it wasn't meant to be. Krista's...

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