|This photo tells the story of the driving conditions once we entered northern California, yesterday afternoon|
|Early Wednesday morning - Harrisburg, Oregon.|
|Low clouds in southern Oregon|
|We drove through some low lying clouds which limited our visibility for very short periods.|
|Tire Pressure Monitoring System and our rear view camera|
|Rolling by the Seven Feathers area - famous for its 5 Star RV Resort.|
|We count seven long up mountain drives with an equal amount of downhills.|
|High elevations in northern California|
|RV parking is a ways from the entrance.|
|The fella who is carrying our purchases told me he walks up and down this long drive and parking area all day long. He is in great shape! Nice guy too!|
|The liquor outlet looks small but it really packs in the cheap booze.|
|Rain, rain....and heavy at times too!|
|Shasta Lakes is thirsty for rain. Bring it on.|
We chose to roll into the Rolling Hills Casino RV Park in Corning, CA. Eight hours after leaving our central Oregon RV park, we arrive here at 4:00 pm sharp. The ladies manning the RV registration office were thrilled with the rains.
|Busy, busy place.....|
We had dinner on board - a nice pasta - and we followed that up with a walk in the light mist of rain. We did walk through the casino but there is little there that appeals to us. We aren't fans of the one armed bandits. The smokey smell permeated the outdoors too. Unlike Canadian casinos - with no smoking rules - this casino (along with most US casinos) is not smoke free. There is a small area that is smoke free though. It was packed to the gills.
It was a pleasant evening walk though....and Rollings Hills is a very good overnight spot.
Oh....and the overnight temperatures hovered in the mid to high 40's (+10 Celsius), unlike the 28/28 degree F (-6 Celsius) we faced in central, Oregon.
As I am about to publish this post, this Thursday morning, the outdoor temperature sits at 50 degrees F (+10 Celsius). One more day and we should be wearing summer clothing.
Thanks for dropping by.