Rancheria RV Park lodge, store, kitchen and office.

Right on hwy 89, east of Shasta, Calif

This is how we look when we stop for a one night...


Next morning early fog on Lake Catherine



This guy stayed so long he lost his trailer!

Lake Catherine before feeding the fish!

Manager feeding fish

look at the water bubbling, exploding with the frenzied fish feeding !

Frenzied feeding fish

When in Reno we stay at the Grand Sierra Resort RV Park.

We have nice big sites, nice trees and birds to gently wake...

early morning sun on the tree outside our window. Can you see...

We had planned to leave Eugene heading East via hwy 58 over Willamette pass to hwy 97 then turn South to Reno, taking two days to make the trip. However, due to a lingering storm and 9 to 11 inches of snow on that summit, making it closed too traffic, we took I-5. About 80 miles south the rain quit and the pavement dry, yippee! The first day drive we made it to Hat Creek, Calif, a classic fly fishing area. The next day, it was an easy drive of 130 miles to Reno and the Grand Sierra Resort. While at Hat Creek, we stayed at the Rancheria RV Park. Nice little place we had commented about in the past as we drove near it, that it would be a cool place to stop. Yep, it is. They have a little lake, loaded with trout for us "catch & release" buffs. And for your entertainment, the management feed the fish twice a day.

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