Rim Rock Motel
Travel Blogs from Alturas
... a time and it ain't cheap. I usually charge $25 a gallon, but seeing as your pedalin, I'll make it just $20." Not knowing what to say, I just brought my bike over and started pulling out empties. Four full bottles and a foldable water pouch later, I asked what the charge would be. Marty just laughed real loud. Seems he was pulling my leg. At the time, I was ready and willing to pay the $20.
That got me through ...
... for a bit which was nice, because I was super tired. Afterwards, I did a little studying before heading out to play some basketball with people. Afterwards, Josh, Izzy, Zeke, Joey, Dave and I rode into Shasta, and found a really nice Thai restaurant for dinner. When we got home, we took the open book test that was due by Sunday night. Since it was open book, I was able to get a 100% on it. Sadly, I had a hard time falling asleep ...
In the evening we followed an antelope that another camper was stalking with binoculars and finally a sunset just before we turned in. Again, sorry about the loss of the first draft - it had a lot more details (maybe you're happy with the shortened version!!!)
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
Today...heading toward Idaho.
We do not have class on the weekends which is
very nice. I checked out of the motel that we were staying at, until classes
here at the College of the Siskiyous ended. We will stay at the college for the
rest of the course. This college is a small two year institution. Joey, Josh
and I had breakfast at the Hi-Lo Cafe and then moved into the dorms. We were
confused on what we wanted to do ...
... one of those digital antennas where if you can get signal, you can check out the available networks. Honestly, we are at least 10 miles from the nearest town (Lakeview, OR) and didn't expect to be able to pull in any channels. But, bingo...we got enough reception for two channels! We were delightfully surprised. So we watched Undercover Boss about the owner of the NBA team Utah Jazz.
Today is our second night ...