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... you've seen one cave you've seen 'em all.
The country after the Redwood Forests was tinder dry. No summer rain had arrived, and after having a campfire in California last night, we were sure there would be no naked flames tonight. The pines (Douglas Firs were the big ones, and there was (Jonathan thinks) some Ponderosa Pine as well, were more sparse, and the grass was completely brown.
We had to cross the main valley of Oregon, which houses the ...
... and out. Then the work begins. They have everything
else onsite – even the interior designer. Paint goes on first which takes about
a month then the inside can begin. The total amount of time to finish the coach
is about a year or more. Rock stars and race drivers come to this factory and
order their coach then their design team works with the Marathon people on what
goes inside. We were told that they are working on ...
The last is the foundation of the shoe. All the components come together around the last. It's a real craft to make lasts by hand. Today, many are made by machine with CAD. Old lasts are often carved wood and have an asymmetrical ant from ankle to toe. New lasts are predominantly resin and symmetrical. Lasts are manipulated to create a custom fit and ...
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 ...
... Sacramento and the same motel room to meet up briefly with Poppy again, to get my bank card from her that had arrived whilst we were in Yosemite and to liaise with Christian and his fiancée Persephone at their home near Truckee who had offered us a bed for a night or
two. We plotted their house near the old town of Truckee on the GPS. In the Paiute native American language Tro-kay means “Everything is alright”. This is thought to be the origins of the ...