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Spending A Day In The Fall Colors

A day in the Sierra's

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We packed up the RV’s and got out as early as possible to start up the hill to the campground that we love Intake 2. The road is a little steep but not very curvy so driving isn’t a bad drive and we made it in good time to the campground.

We tried to camp next to Kim but couldn’t fit into the site next to her. It didn’t matter as there was only one other camper and that one was off to the side. This campground is small and campsites are not easy to get into with our RV so it was nice that the campground was empty.
We dropped our RV, packed up a picnic and all jammed into our truck. We retraced our steps from September 22nd.

1st stop was North Lake and the leaves were beautiful. Kim and Zaya walked along the road between the trees while Jasper scampered on the rocks. I shot photos and Dale explored.
From North Lake, we went to Lake Sabrina. The trees were changing and beautiful. The grandkids went down to the water to explore while I shot more photos. I got a photo of Dale and I sitting on a rock by the lake. I’d taken a photo like this several years ago with our faithful Twinkle, this time it was just the two of us.
The last stop was South Lake and like 1 month ago we took our picnic to our private spot. We had a little different food including a fabulous potato salad that Kim had made. I tried to control myself but alas, finished it off.
We stopped at a couple of other spots including the lake at Intake 2. Every place we stopped was so beautiful.

The following morning, we started home but had a couple of stops, 1st Schat’s for snacks and then Copper Top for the best BBQ ribs this side of Memphis!
We sent Kim on her way north while we headed south for home, 1 month after starting out. We were stuffed and happy!

Posted by Miss Chris 14:42 Archived in USA Tagged road_trip travel camping living rv fall_colors family_travel rv_travel fall_foliage rv_adventures 2007_gmc_sierra 2007_gmc_2500

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