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... or two on some serious mission or other. There were also herds of cows on smallholdings, and a few workaday horses. Most of the cities (with a population of anything from 22 to 2000) seemed to have a dog roaming the streets almost as if he were the local Sheriff, but obviously without a badge..
Our first stop was the Drive Thru Tree, which sort of reminded me of Enid Blyton's Faraway Tree stories which I devoured as a young child. We drove through it with almost ...
... sometimes over them, and sometimes around them and sometimes down in the canyons. Although we were on the Interstate, the speed limit was often as low as 40 mph as we made sharp turns around the rims. Some of the canyon walls were made of black volcanic rock, occasionally tinged with strands of burnt orange. And yellow grass grew out of them as if they were made of soft soil. And I wondered if the massive ...
... Roger kitty. Most of us know it's not the greatest joy to scoop a litter box but we do it because we love our cats. Poor things had to deal with runny poop on the bed! We are really concerned about him and discussed turning around but there's nothing we can do more than the Germans already are. We are hoping it's just a parasite or something similar and not anything more serious.
mark explained we were form a place where this was normal and no problem but he was having none of it.
detention over off we set.
after lakes more mountains and don onto flooded plain, very spectacular.
lost following the super google maps again and eventually headed for yesemeti national park
fuel was a big problem on this stretch and stayed at Redding.
... but Tina got the My Best Friend's Girl and Matt tried the veggie mouthful that is Simon Pegg Got Klocked. Highly recommended if you're ever in Redding! Tomorrow takes us to Eugene, OR, which deviates from our original plan to see Portland. Unfortunately, Portland will still be hit with snow storms over the next 24 hours. We are hoping that by the time we leave Eugene, temperatures will be warm enough on I-5 to take us to Seattle on Sunday. We'll keep you posted, ...