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... whitebark pine and the whitebark pine survives because the Clark's nutcracker spreads it's seeds.
Heading north from Crater Lake, we stopped at Newberry National Volcanic Monument containing the Newberry Volcano. This volcano created 1200 square miles of lava flows, lava tubes, and more than 400 cinder cones. Lava Butte is one of the cinder cones. We drove to the top of ...
... and baked potato. Dare I say it, but the potato and veggies was better than the steak :(. I followed it up with the chocolate bunt cake, however I totally should have followed it up with the cheesecake instead. At least I know for next time!
After dinner there was an announcement over the PA system, saying that they were playing a movie in the theatre room for Sleeper Car passengers only. So at 8pm I went down to the theatre and caught up with my Marvel ...
... 81 as Barney followed. When I stopped, I watched Barney from my mirror as he put down his coffee and made his approach to the RV. He looked reasonable and calm and this made me feel OK about the encounter that was coming. Now, keep in mind that our RV is towing a geo tracker. So as Barney left his cruiser he first had to pass the tracker before reaching the back of the RV. From my mirror I could see his casual stroll turn into something much different. His face changed and ...
Todays ride was quite a surprise. Having had regrets about leaving the SCR yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised as I climbed the 16 mile Ochoco Divide, to 4,600 ft. The weather stayed cool with cloud cover and the surroundings became quite lush and beautiful. All in all I'm glad I have left the SCR to explore other landscapes. I had a squirrelly tailwind that sometimes in canyons become a headwind, but mostly ...
... which turns out to be a very nice old city with some huge historical buildings! It was the orginal state capitol and so houses some impressive state government buildings and a lovely little park with a "walk of the states" loop that tells you in order which states became states from 1 to 52! The first state declared an official state was Deleware, I forget the date now but that's one to remember for future pub quizzes! On our way back we managed to find a mega meal ...
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