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... and eucalyptus; today these were alternated with cow, redwood forest and skunk. It is amazing to me how one dead skunk on the road (that we avoided) could linger in one's nose for such a long time.
We felt rather sorry for all those in cars with a roof as they were only getting half the experience and missing out big time.
Today was a day for animal spotting. We saw several deer (rather skinny and scraggy looking) a dead fox, several dead possum and skunk and ...
... created Crater Lake had anything to do with this. We shared the road with 18 wheelers and it was clear, they had a difficult drive up steep inclines that challenged their engines and down steep slopes that challenged their brakes. We even saw a few of them using the break-down lane, presumably so as not to impede other traffic.
Around noon we stopped in a town called Yreka for lunch. Most may not ...
... Roger kitty. Most of us know it's not the greatest joy to scoop a litter box but we do it because we love our cats. Poor things had to deal with runny poop on the bed! We are really concerned about him and discussed turning around but there's nothing we can do more than the Germans already are. We are hoping it's just a parasite or something similar and not anything more serious.
... and is open to the public on the weekends. It was the social and political hub from 1868 to 1918. Unfortunately Friday isn’t part of the weekend, so we weren’t able to tour the inside. The neighbourhoods around the park have many large old homes in various styles from Victorian to Craftsman. In some ways it reminds me of the Queens Park area in New Westminster.
We came home via Orland and the Rolling ...
From our overnight stop at Klamath Falls it was only a short drive across the border into California as we headed towards Mt Shasta another snow capped volcano (over 14000 ft) that last erupted only 200 years ago.
From Mt Shasta we headed south east to Lassen Volcanic National Park, with snowcapped ...