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... restaurants and boutique stores. They don't even have a traffic light, just stop signs. They have the old bank on display with the original safes and most of the buildings are labeled with what was there and the year built and many of the stores have old memorabilia in the front windows. We walked around and checked out the shops then started towards home. Terry saw a sign for a reservoir and we traveled over the dirt road ...
Well after finishing another ski season, 4 wild and lovely days at Coachella, and completing a whirlwind week of packing, moving and saying many "goodbyes" or "see ya agains"; it was time to leave Tahoe and head to Medford. The days leading up to my departure consisted of off-loading every disposable possession and spending as much time as possible with friends. As usual, this time centered around the lake and beer. ...
This morning, we finally put up the stickers for Washington and Oregon on our map of the US. Now that the whole west coast is filled in, we'll have to start working on the East coast states that we have missed.
Driving out of the campground, we could see some dunes from the road. They did remind us of Cape Cod, but we ...
... of smoked cigarettes all around my hammock. Well not "literally" but it felt like I had been force fed a carton of cigarettes, because Oregon is on fire! I actually noticed it yesterday but today when I got up there were times I couldn't see the turns in the road. I was not only coughing up a lung as I left that morning but I was considerably worried as I travelled along and it seem to be getting worse. I passed 2 sheriff patrol trucks ...
... contain perhaps one of the most famous and gorgeous American National
Parks – Yosemite.
With our donated National Parks pass card we got in for free after we had stopped high on the entrance road to look down on the famous and much photographed Half Dome rock which dominates the valley in which much of Yosemite lies. We managed to find a spare camp site in one of the several camping grounds in the park at $20 a night. But it was as usual cold at night under ...