North Shore Campground
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... There was a bakeshop with a canvas sign which had not yet been put up but had been painted and stretched to dry in such a way that the word BAKERY, all but the B, showed through and was reversed. A stranger read it wrong end first, YREKA, and supposed that that was the name of the camp. The campers were satisfied with it and adopted it.
We pass Mt. Shasta and Shasta City and turn east on to SR 89. 89 is a mountainous two lane route to ...
... and were wondering what was wrong. Then we figured it out - altitude (or at least we hoped). We were up 7000 feet or so (2300m) and we were struggling with breath and had a slight headache. We hoped that was it, or at least we have become really really unfit.
We eventually got up there after having a break every 100 steps or so, finally arrived. It was pretty cool. The dunes are unique, with little trees coming growing ...
... Peak and providing a view of the violence and the beauty of nature. Rocks of 30 tons thrown away for 5 miles. Devastating magma. And the youngest rocks of California. New stones formed in the eruption. Only a hundred years old laying side by side next to ancestors of 27.000 years old (from a previous eruption of Mt Lassen). We were incredibly cold this morning. We took the RV and drove all the way to the south entrance, meanwhile getting warm. Our first stop were Sulphur ...
... well. As I was nearing Buck's Lake Road, a mountain biker spooked me, coming at me from behind. WTF!!!! Apparently he ignored the signs plastered all over the trail. NO MOUNTAIN BIKES OR MOTORIZED VEHICLES. And he had the audacity to tell me to move. I said to him, "Do you know you are on the PCT? No mt. bikes allowed." He simply said, "ya, I know, have a good day." What a jerk!! Apparently other ...
... State Park in Oregon, before heading to Crater Lake National Park. Well, it had to happen; no sites were available in Crater Lake campgrounds. So, we unhooked the car and left the RV near the store and toured the Park. This is the deepest lake in the contiguous States and the purest water in the world. Formed by an imploding volcano, Crater Lake is quite the sight to see. I will let some pictures tell the story of brilliant blue reflective waters framed ...