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... to avoid the molten wood slowly falling. People celebrate like he was a German wall in the late 80s and storm forward as one to inspect the smouldering corpse. What ensues is perhaps the most outrageous desert party since Gus Fring checked in on his cartel cronies. With the man gone, direction is null and void and the chaos around renders depth perception as relevant as the oddly placed cupboard in the Starbucks I am currently in is to this story. I do wonder if they actually ...
... them. And watching the lava flow around it.
We rewarded our hike with in and out burger. It was pretty good too. Although bad for you to east fast food regularly, unless you go to walmart and buy fresh food there (or another supermarket), it is much cheaper to go to take away than to a restaurant (1/4 of the price) and you don't have to tip. Like $6 a meal is pretty normal and cheap.
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Nelson and I crossed the border into Oregon at Weiser, then took Route 201 to Ontario. At the outskirts I checked on maps and found that there were 3 van parks close together so I headed there. The first 2 parks said no tents so I went to the third and found the office closed. There was a little spot at the front, close to the road that looked good so I just set up there and thought I would settle the bill in the morning. I was settled in and drinking a cup of cold tea when ...
... Bumpass dream. Bumpass Hell. After this 5 km hike with some height in it we went over to the Boiling Cold Lake. Another hike where we saw a rather disappointing pool with a small cold water geiser. We then worked out way back, did some laundry and set camp. It's gonna be cold again. Another campfire. National Parks are called America's greatest idea. They are for sure but we have to keep in mind that most of them, and most certainly the oldest ones, are basically ...
... Lunch was good though. We moved along the 98. Stopped at historic McCloud. Again a town with nice old buildings. A historic Main Street. Well, don't get overexcited; we are talking like 7-8 buildings here. By 17:30 we entered Lassen Volcanic. Turns out our campground was about 40 miles in the north of the park. But there were choices. Of course. We therefore chose to leave that what it was although it had some advantages. There were lava beds and a beautiful ...