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We left Convict Lake on Friday and headed north on 395 once again. Before leaving camp we stopped at the Convict Lake store for two of their famous made-to-order breakfasts. Egg and sausage burritos and hot coffee in hand, we were on our way.
We soon passed through Lee Vining where the Tioga Pass Road leads into the western entrance of Yosemite. At the same time we passed Mono Lake on the right. Next we came to picturesque Bridgeport and ...
Braving the approach of winter, we set out for Boise to pick up our custom made Motorhome slider. We stayed in Winnemucca the first night and then stayed in Jackpot with very few resources. On to Boise - the park was crowded. We got a tour of the factory and met very nice people - the custom slider was all we expected. Headed out for Bend, OR through winds and rain fell in Sisters where we ...
Wednesday July 2, 2014
Another beautiful morning, the weather here is
fantastic. We are off to see another of
the natural wonders of this great country of ours. We headed west on CA Rt. 44, west on CA Rt .36 and north on CA Rt. 89 to the entrance of “Lassen Volcanic National Park”, a distance of just over 60 miles. LassenPeak is one of the many ...
Tuesday July 1, 2014
We traveled north on US Rt. 395 out of Carson City and into California. After leaving the Reno area it was a short drive to the California border and the inspection station that everyone must stop at; we were asked if we had firewood or a watercraft, but were not asked about citrus fruit, so there was no delay. Continuing north on US Rt. 395 the drive was through the same type ...
... too hard for her to work from Woodland, and too ******* the guys when she was in L.A. I'm really going to miss them, though.
From there, I headed north on 113, through Knight's Landing and Yuba City. As I was driving past the miles and miles of tomatoes and other veggies, reminiscing about my tomato truck days (has it really been 19 years?), I came across this ginormous nest atop a ...