~ Redding, CA

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2013/07/30 21:21:30 (permalink)

~ Redding, CA

I need to engineer a reunion type of a thing.
The halfway point is Klamath Falls.
UPDATE:  Seems like Redding, CA is where we'll be.
The idea is to find nice lodging and a good RF place for dinner or lunch.

post edited by wheregreggeats.com - 2013/07/31 09:45:41
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    1bbqboy
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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/30 22:50:17 (permalink)
    Hey Greg, Bill here. If  you came 60 miles west you'd be in Ashland where lodging and dining options abound. How many people and when? 
    That said, here are two mountain lodges west on 66.
    Green Springs Inn
     Pinehurst Inn - The Historic Pinehurst Inn at Jenny Creek
    We look on KFalls as our poor sister, not much to do and not too pretty either. :)
    But let me ask around. I know there's a good BBQ there.
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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/30 22:55:34 (permalink)
    Klamath Falls is tiny (The town not the falls). It's where they filmed Twin Peaks. Check out the big lodge overlooking the falls and have a slice of cherry pie at the diner.
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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/30 23:01:45 (permalink)
    There are no falls in Klamath Falls. Damn dams. And who you callin' tiny, Elise? :) Ashland's only 20,000, but we have everything we need. 
    Almost. KFalls is a ranching and farming town not noted for much of anything. Sorry to be so harsh, folks on the other side of the mountains.
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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/30 23:49:27 (permalink)
    ...and Burney Falls in wonderful, but is REALLY in the middle of nowhere
    and about 100 miles south and 40-50 miles east of K Falls.
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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/31 04:12:52 (permalink)
    Aha, I somehow got Klamath Falls mixed up with

    Snoqualmie Falls and Salish Lodge

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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/31 10:21:09 (permalink)
    you keep changing the title on me. :)
    we look on Redding as our middle sister. 
    Rent a houseboat at Lake Shasta.
    post edited by 1bbqboy - 2013/07/31 10:30:12
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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/31 14:46:46 (permalink)
    Jacks Steak House  in Redding is pure roadfood..great 1938  atmosphere & great food too    http://www.jacksgrillredding.com/
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    Re:~ Klamath Falls 2013/07/31 17:39:55 (permalink)
    1bbqboy

    you keep changing the title on me. :)

    That's what happens when a group of people is involved ... let's just say the parameters kept eveolving.
    Looks like Jack's is a good hit.  Thanks.
    Breakfast?
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