The Parsonage Bed and Breakfast
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After spending the spring and summer at our Ananda Church retreats in both northern California and Oregon, it's time to go out and explore the great expanse of the west.
We don't have reservations anywhere for the next couple months so will head east over the high Sierra's through northern Nevada into southeastern Idaho to explore a bit, then into the Wyoming Tetons and Wind river range ...
... smaller than I expected. It must have been extremely crowded during the actual games.
Redding was nice in that we had a few more days of warm weather before heading to the red woods. We got in a couple of sessions at the pool and coffee under the awning in the morning.
We notice that we are feeling the draw to get home grow stronger the nearer we get to Oregon. We'll see if we stick to our plan.
Monday, July 6, 2015. PCT day 78 miles 1189.2-1198 Today is a nero day. I slept in until 06:30 and left camp by 0730. The trail was all downhill, 8.5 miles into Sierra City, which is at 4200 feet elevation. It definitely felt warmer/hotter down here. I arrived here by 11:30ish. The small town is only about a mile from the trail. I set up camp by the local church. I had my cold shower ...
... with him. I've been bumping into him often on the trail. Last time I saw Dingo and Cosmic Bubbles was in VVR. For the most part, the terrain today was not very spectacular. It is still mostly volcanic and forestry. The hiking was mellow with easy climbs. It was in the 40s this morning. It felt like it got up to the low 80s by mid afternoon. It felt muggy. No rain, tho. I so appreciate the tree canopy shade, making the heat more bearable. Another thing I ...
... food in the garden and listened to the cacophony of Grossbeaks chatter in the high oak trees. Both come to this area to breed in the early spring and depart in June.
We are here to spend a couple months living a peaceful environment some of our long time friends. Where we can volunteer some time yet also rest from the road and also attend to some medical issues in familiar ...