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Leaving Devil's Tower after a restful 2 nights the top of the peak was shrouded in fog and chilly . Yesterday, it was in the eighties and very sunny. We drove up to the visitor's center located close to the top. The area around the tower is considered scared by the Native Americana's who still have services here. A spiritual aura was all around us.
Here it is Monday and as I am checking back over the blog entries I do not think I ever posted this one for Friday and Saturday. We enjoyed such a special time at the OH Ranch and I want to be sure you see this beautiful spot. If you saw this post, please overlook this.
As you can see, I did not post on Friday--everyone needs a day off occasionally, even we bloggers!!! Friday was a travel day. We ...
... place, with tattooed bikers and sticky floors. One side was a bar and the other was a liquor store... The only one in town!
We finally arrived at our campsite to find a new home that outshone all the others... Even the Redwoods Forest campsite couldn't compare. We had a nice spot nestled under the trees on flat ground, with a creek running about 5 meters to our left when looking down at Meadowlark lake. The Lake view camping ...
... The dam was impressive as well, with over a 200 ft drop on the downstream side. When this was originally built back around 1908, it was the highest dam in the world, and held that record until Hoover Dam was built in the early 1930's. I recommend stopping by the dam if you are in the area. Oh ya, it's also free to visit, and they have a visitor's center as well.
After looking at everything they had to show at the dam, we decided that it was time to start working ...
... we left the lake area. We were now passing between two sets of mountains with the road cut into one side of a gorge. A crowd of cars was gathered by the road as we rode along, so of course we pulled over to see what everyone was looking at, it was a couple of big horned sheep, and they certainly had big horns! We took our photos and continued on our way. The mountain scenery opened out to the valley and forest and we were in ...