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... through. I do not own any sandals and did not bring along any old trainers to use, but came up with the idea of bringing a pair of shoe laces to thread around my flip-flops, thus turning them into makeshift sandals. It seems to work pretty well. The first river ford is very easy as the water is shallow. Another one a couple of hours on though is a little more tricky as the river is wider and deeper, the water this time coming up to the top of my shins, and ...
... br> Its a good thing that the weather is so good as this part of the track, especially when it ascends to fairly featureless plateaus nearer to the next hut and campsite, is known to be frequently foggy, which makes it easy to get disoriented and lost. People do indeed get lost here, and sometimes die because of this. No such problems today however.
Along the way I get talking to a couple - Swiss Christine and Irish Mike - and we pass each other from ...
... 4 lanes to 2 and The landscape got greener with large fur trees
We went on the outskirts of the Lassen Volcanic National Park and saw some lava fields but didn't stop since we had seen enough. We reached the summit for this trip at 6933 feet so it is all downhill. At a town called OLD STATION population 51 we started southbound. Sometimes it seemed like we were going the wrong direction to get to Reno but it made the road easy to travel.
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... pit-stop couldn't have come at a better time.
Re-fueled with food and re-freshed, we continued. Finally feeling like we were leaving the smoke from the Yosemite fire behind us.
At the Elko off-ramp we re-fueled with gas and made a drivers change. Amor strapped in for the next hour or so and I checked out to La La land for a quick session of shut-eye. Not before making sure Amor was correctly headed east on I80, of course. Amor ...
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