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... as many chairs as possible. We opened up our family room to the kitchen, the porch and we celebrated Mass indoors for more than 60 people. Some people were turned off by the weather and we still had that crazy number in our family room! Fr. Mike shared reflections for a Mass honoring the feast of St. James ( a little early, since his feast is not until July 25) ...
... car park at 7am and back onto highway 97 heading south for Cali. Crossed into California pretty soon after departure, quickly past border inspection for fruit etc. We past a lot more farming and forestry and headed into the hills, a single snow tipped mountain lied in the middle. Mt Shasta sat way above anything else. Further south we found a gorgeous blue lake/dam covered with houseboats, you could see the red soil from receded water ...
... leaves. Farmers irrigate small and large fields and have cement gutters running along the road the length of the filed to channel water to the crops. Irrigation pipes can be seen everywhere keeping the crops hydrated.
Large herds of cattle graze on large ranches along with dairy cows, sheep and of course horses. Ranchers make the most of the valley areas with crops and the livestock roam among sage brush through the hills ...
... getting worse and worse with lots of red sand and grit......after still more climbing I finally saw Bill by the side at the top and it had been blowing head winds for the last hour, so I said this is enough.
The thing that gets you when there is no shoulders is the big semi trucks flying by and I just don't want to take any chances out there so when it is dangerous for riding I will just take a lift until it gets better conditions. ...
I apologize to everyone but I am still working on figuring out this blog thing. We left the Crater Lake area two days ago and drove to the Bend area. We are actually staying about 40 miles from Bend on the Metolius River. We drove the long way around (thanks to me) through the Rogue-Umpqua River area to Eugene and then took the McKenzie River road to Camp Sherman. It took us about ...
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