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... 50's for most of the ride. Very light traffic and a little road construction. We usually make friends with the Flag person while we wait for the pilot car. In this case Linda was really a lot of fun although she couldn't stop talking, Its a lonely job. Mostly talked about ...
... up. Not a great deal to see - one magpie (or was it a flying penguin??), lots of small brown birds and a rock shaped like a crocodile! Returned to the lodge and J and K took over comfy chairs and their Kindles while R and P took a short walk along the rail track which runs about 150 yards behind. Saw a freight train with 117 carriages. What an exciting day. Pizza and left overs for dinner then off early tomorrow for ...
(Sorry for the backlog of updates, I've been a bit exhausted lately.)
After Reno we drove to Klamath Falls, Oregon. We went the 'back' way of 395 North and snaking through Modoc National Forest. The "normal" way would be I-5 North, which would be 3+ lanes of high speed driving.
For those of you who have never driven the "backroads" of California/Nevada/Oregon, be ready for a ...
... s a bit tough not having our chase car with us......
Spending the night in Klamath Falls which is situated on the south east shore of the Upper Klamath Lake and about 25 miles (40 km) north of the California-Oregon border.
Reno, Nevada tomorrow night.....
... Cascades. Originally called Linkville, after the Link River on whose falls the town sits, the little burg was renamed for the falls themselves in 1893.
"K Falls," as Klamath Falls is nicknamed, has long been known as the crossroads of southern Oregon. Home to some 20,000 people within city limits, plus around 25,000 in the surrounding urban growth boundary, K Falls ...