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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 ...
... is now dormant, on the Pacific Ring of Fire. However, in 1915 the peak blew a huge cloud of ash over 30,000 feet into the air and hurled boulders weighing several tons and rocks of all sizes miles from the volcano. Our first stop in the park was at the “Sulfur Works”, this is an area where super-heated water (hydrothermal) is forced to the surface in the form of steam that contains sulfur, and it is detectable for a ...
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 ...
Day One: 329 miles
Poor Bella sure knew something was up this morning; she stuck close to me while I got things ready to go. I'm glad that she likes Ellen and Larry -- and vice versa -- and I hope that she settles down soon.
My first stop was Woodland, to see Aaron, Bree, and the boys before they move to SoCal later this week. Bree's company, Social House, has really taken off, and it ...
... following day was a drive to Lassen Volcanic National Park. The visitor Center was open but roads were closed, due to snow. The VC film was excellent and explained the 4 types of volcanos in the park. We were able to walk a mile up the closed off road to the Sulphur Works and check out some geothermal activity. Tomorrow is Sunday and we may just hang out here, one more night than planned, and leave here on Monday. We may get to Oregon next move, maybe not.
See Ya! Sierra ...