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Travel Blogs from Frenchglen
After Dairy Queen, we went to Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake used to be a volcano, but the volcano erupted and blew up, at which point the mountain collapsed, and over time, it filled with rain and snow. Apparently, since the volcano is only sleeping at not extinct, it could erupt again in the future. As of right now, it’s absolutely one of the most beautiful things to see. When we first approached it, we were in awe at ...
... had everything I needed for supplies. I tented at the county fairgrounds for just $5.
Today, I am just 14 miles from California and just can't wait to color it in on my little online map of states conquered. Alturis is 45 miles way. That's my goal for tonight.
That's all for now. Still working hard, keeping safe and enjoying the hobo life.
PS lots of awesome pictures to post on my next day off...
... working farmhouse will be found. The streams and lakes are high in alkali and salts and they are probably not fit to drink even when filtered with my purifier water pump.
So I've been told.
I have no real doubt that I will be fine by carrying at least double water. This will put my bike well over the 100 lb. mark, though and that in itself raises the sanity question. The puzzle comes in the form of just ...
... might say we are, ahem, "Refugee's".....The Route
Our route takes us across a 40 mile gravel road. Recently we drove 20 miles over gravel to Chaco Canyon so we ...
... out Facebook. While there, another camper and his wife from California gave us a lead on a campground about 15 miles south of Jackson Hole, WY our next intended destination. It supposed to get up to 80 degrees today, winds are light and we plan to check out an ancient Indian encampment site next to Juniper Lake.
Enjoy the photos from this morning!
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi