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... you weren't familiar with the area so we got back in the car and headed further south......then the madness ensued; we all started having stomach pains/cramping and needed to find a bathroom! Finally we found a camp ground with bathrooms that had plumbing and we ALL had to go....must have been that overpriced diner food....I swear I get a stomach ache everytime we go anywhere out of town.....my stomach was uneasy for the remainder of the morning and I decided it was probably a bad idea ...
... assorted dead voles.
Richmond clearly didn't want to be there, probably because his entire oeuvre was accompanied by owl calls. He rattled through his first speeches, rushed about a bit, had a quick zizz, stabbed Richard and said how peaceful it would be now and bang, blackout, play over.
Oh, and if you have been wondering where Hector Molloy has gone, he's here. In Ashland. Playing Lord Rivers. Absolute spitting image. Extraordinary!
We left Reno after a quick oil change and made great time all the way to Oregon. We met up with Brodie and traveled for a couple hours before finding a stop to camp at low altitude before our trip to Crater lake.
We have a beautiful spot, located right on the Rogue River. Amazingly it is in cell range - thus this quick update.
Off to cook hamburgers on the fire - cold beer in hand.
... traveled over the dirt road for a while but all we could find were hiking trails, we think the reservoir is long gone. We came the back roads and noticed that there were a lot of cattle and horse ranches and apple and pear orchards (I guess for Harry and David) and of course winery's. It seems like everyone outside of town has gates onto their property. Washed the dirty car for the 3rd time since this campground allowed washing!! Time to get ready for the next ...
... they sprung another on us - Mt Shasta is a stratovolcano.
This was on the way to Shasta Lake, where we found yet another deserted campsite. Nigel backed into a shady space, we chocked up, then he noticed a plant with three oak-shaped leaves. ‘Do you think this might be poison oak?’ Quick google check on the mobile ...
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