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... picked up the rental car and pointed it north once again. Two hours later we found ourselves looking at Dottie sitting all alone and depressed in a storage lot. She was dusty and full of chalky streaks. She looked sad. I had scheduled a day of maintenance, as I had no idea what I was in for after letting the old girl sit for eights months. I figured at the very least I would have to jump start her. At worst there would be critters that found a way in and took up residence. ...
... but whatever way you look at it it 's a lot - What a guy! ;) the problem is though that we've overloaded the trailer and it's bent the quick release that fits through Ben's back wheel which keeps nearly falling off - it's a good thing that we're finishing soon as I don't think Ben's bike or the trailer will last much longer never mind our legs!! Anyway technical ...
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Saturday, July 27-Our 45th wedding anniversary started out with heavy cold fog here in the Chinook RV park at Klamath CA. Cool enough this morning that we had to kick on the furnace in the RV before we felt comfortable enough to get up---even Aragon was cold and he jumped right in the middle of the bed and wouldn't budge. By about noon the fog had burned off and we could see the river and all the fishing boats.
We decided ...
... back on the road to Crescent City. We arrived at the KOA at about 7:15 local time after a very full day, had a good inner at the Apple Peddler Restaurant and were soon tucked in to bed for the night. It should be noted that most of the day was ridden in 90 degree temperatures but as we approached the coast on US 199 (The Redwood Highway) the temperature dropped and it was actually in the 60's when we got to Crescent ...
... at the Kuchel Visitors Center. It is housed in a little log cabin type building. Not long after we left the visitors center, we stopped again to view elk that were walking in a lagoon beside the highway. There were several bulls and cows and a little buggling going on. Soon we left the Redwoods area and headed into the interior of California one our way to visit Yosemite National ...