My first choice, for pure relaxation and scenery, would be Tahiti. Otherwise, I would really like to tour England. Can't afford it though.
Yea It's freezing in here right now..Originally posted by DarkAnt
just thought I'd rub that in for all of you freezing right now
http://www.trainsunltdtours.com/mccloud-steam-spectacular.html [Broken]Come to scenic Shasta Country in extreme Northern California for a great family outing on the Mc Cloud Railroad Saturday May 15. It is Springtime in the Cascades of Northern California and the lakes, ponds, waterfalls and creeks are full of water from melting snow coming from the steep slopes of Mt. Shasta. The meadows are green with grass and ablaze with mountain wildflowers. The mountain air is cool and fresh during the day and still cold and crisp at night. The small historic town of Mc Cloud with its boardwalks and turn-of-the century architecture comes alive with the whistle of steam locomotive No. 18, a 2-8-2 built by Baldwin, as passengers arrive and start loading onto our excursion train. Jeff Forbis, President and owner of the railroad greets the passengers with a cheerful "Good Morning".
Soon it is departure time for our charter train to head out of town and into the remote backwoods of Shasta Country. Pour yourself a cup of coffee and grab a roll then step outside on the double deck open viewing car for a breath of fresh mountain air with the strong scent of pine trees. For a birds eye view of all the steam locomotive action, climb up to the second level where you can see over the top of our hard working engine and the sounds of the exhaust are crisp and clear. Enjoy the awe inspiring scenery of pristine, uncrowded Northern California as every curve reveals sweeping vistas, from majectic, snow capped Mt. Shasta rising to 14,162 feet to the spires of Castle Crags and the rugged Trinity Alps...continued
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