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Braving the approach of winter, we set out for Boise to pick up our custom made Motorhome slider. We stayed in Winnemucca the first night and then stayed in Jackpot with very few resources. On to Boise - the park was crowded. We got a tour of the factory and met very nice people - the custom slider was all we expected. Headed out for Bend, OR through winds and rain fell in Sisters where we ...
... States after Crater Lake (1,945 ft (593 m)). Additionally, Lake Tahoe is the largest lake by volume in the United States behind the five Great Lakes at 122.16 million acre·ft.
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... off. The steam and boiling water also create what are referred to as “mudpots”, where the mud within a confined area is boiling; it is a fantastic sight. Our next stop was a hike to “Bumpass Hell”; this was a 1.5 mile hike to the exhibit, the first 2/3 of the hike was up hill with an elevation change of 500 feet, and the last 1/3 was downhill for 250 feet, so no matter which direction we hiked we had to ...
Tuesday July 1, 2014
We traveled north on US Rt. 395 out of Carson City and into California. After leaving the Reno area it was a short drive to the California border and the inspection station that everyone must stop at; we were asked if we had firewood or a watercraft, but were not asked about citrus fruit, so there was no delay. Continuing north on US Rt. 395 the drive was through the same type ...
... I wanted very much to see the creatures that had built it, but they must have been out shopping for a refrigerator or something.
Then it was 149 to Oroville, and 70 up into the hills, beside the North Fork River. I was listening to a new-to-me podcast, Slate.com's Lexicon Valley, in which they were discussing the etymology of the word "dude." (It's ever so much more interesting than you ...