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Heading Into Lava Beds National Monument On F S10

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#1 Meadowlark

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Posted 15 July 2016 - 08:02 PM

Today, 15 July 2016, we saw a bright and clean red full sized pickup towing an older model Casita into the Lava Beds National Monument in northern California. Driver was north bound into the Monument on Forest Service road 10.
There were several bicycles on the back of the Casita.
He had to have passed the Hawks Rest R V Park in the tiny community of Tionaste, CA where we are currently camped.
If he is planning on camping in the Monuments campground, forget it. It is so poorly designed and small sites even a Casita won't fit!
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