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Travel Blogs from Mill Creek
... along the way.
Arrived in Weed,Ca at about 5 pm and found the RV park at the foot of Mt Shasta, only a smattering of snow on its slopes now.
Maggie coped admirably , despite the unfamiliarity of the moving vehicle the heat and the strangeness of it all. She is worn out now and asleep on the drivers seat.
Tomorrow we will explore Mt Shasta's trails before heading north to Crater Lake.
... Day weekend, yet some spots in the campground are un-filled. Camping along is not great, sharing with others is what it is about. So I am getting acclimated to my return to home. Sat night I will be at my mom's in Graeagle, delivering her chock cherries to make jam. Then, travel on Sunday to be home. I'm anxious to see the smoke from the rim fire. I will upload some final ...
... Fat Tire and two soft serve cones, with my new best buddies. I spent most of the afternoon with Kyle, Banjo, and Hiker Box Special (HBS). PCT hikers get trail names and seem pretty attached to them. Kyle is a SCR cyclist from the Bay Area that has been southbound from Canada for the last couple of weeks. Several beers into our afternoon of swapping trail/road stories Kyle and I decided to take up the PCT tradition and our hiker friends didn't seem ...
... as soon as goes to lube up. I made good time yesterday with my best milage day and some decent climbing to boot. So today looming a head was Mt. Lassen, seriously Mt. Lassen Looms!, It is 10,475 ft high and it can bee seen from over 75 miles away. Mt. Lassen is the southern most in a chain of active stratovolcanos collectively called the High Cascades. They make up the Cascade range of mountains that stretch from British Columbia to Northern California. The ...
... having to listen to the zipper make its course around the opening of my tent if I did it slowly. I didn't wake a soul. I quietly slipped on my Teva’s and softly escaped the campsite. Free from the silence of camp and after having taken care of business, I walked around Rock Lake and made my way up the rock formation that jutted out from the opposite end of our camp and into the water. Working my way up the rock I ...
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