Brookside Inn & Suites White City
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... in a candy store too...)! We were both famished (more so me) since we hardly ate the whole day so we overdid it a little at dinner! The hostess even gave us a card and free dessert after finding out about our special occasion. We are finally resting for the evening on our last day at the B&B. Up early tomorrow to head to Crater ...
Saturday, August 1, 2015. PCT day 104. Miles 1682.8-1703.3. Today is the day I reached Oregon. Finally after 104 days and 1700 miles, I am finally out of California. I have less than 1000 miles to finish the PCT. Hooray!!! The air has been smokey since even before getting into Seiad Valley. There is a fire close by. But not too close ...
... and out. Then the work begins. They have everything
else onsite – even the interior designer. Paint goes on first which takes about
a month then the inside can begin. The total amount of time to finish the coach
is about a year or more. Rock stars and race drivers come to this factory and
order their coach then their design team works with the Marathon people on what
goes inside. We were told that they are working on ...
... have input from people who don't know you. They often see things differently so their input is really cool. I'm continuing down the badass and beautiful road. I've got an edgy last with an edgy design. I'm looking at textured black, gunmetal, red leopard and red. I may reverse the sequence on the two ...
... to go trekking but we saw some excellent sides of the mountain. Over the course of three days, we hiked to three of the best views on the western side: Eagle Peak, Gobbler’s Knob, and Van Trump Park (by way of Comet Falls). It was a refreshing break from urbanity and great to sit out under the stars every night with a campfire.
For these two parks, I'll let the photos speak for themselves for the rest!