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mark explained we were form a place where this was normal and no problem but he was having none of it.
detention over off we set.
after lakes more mountains and don onto flooded plain, very spectacular.
lost following the super google maps again and eventually headed for yesemeti national park
fuel was a big problem on this stretch and stayed at Redding.
... rain gear but we ended up being very lucky because the rain seemed to happen while we were either in a cave or in the car eating our sandwiches. The best was when we were out looking at some volcanic formations, then got back to the car, started to eat our sandwiches, then it started to pour rain! Perfect lucky timing.
We both had a good time and our visit was very successful. We were thinking ahead and bought sandwiches ...
Started day off with exploring around the hostel and downtown Portland. Followed this up by a nice hike back to the train station for Riley's first ever train ride! Unfortunately, the excitement wore off after the first 2 hrs of the 19-hr train ride to Emeryville, CA.
... Mushpot cave is right next to the visitor center and is easy to access without crawling through any narrow spaces that give panic attacks to cave wimps such as myself.
From the visitor center I drove to the trailhead for Big Painted Cave and Symbol Bridge, two sites that have lots of pictographs left by the Modoc Indians, who lived in this area before being forced onto reservations in the ...
With a few people from the bus, we hunted down the toughest caves to explore, abandoning the idea of getting hard hats at our own risk. In Hercules we had to stoop low and crawl through holes with our flashlights.
We ate dinner beside historic Indian rock drawings and climbed the cliff looking down on our green bus at birds eye view. Then onwards on our journey the bus got transformed into the miracle.