Sleepy Pines Motel
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... to pick up on when I first entered the realm of trail workers:
Brown-brown = coffee
Blue-blue = blue gatorade
double jack = a sledgehammer
Pro-pro = protein powder
The Den = crew barracks back in South Lake Tahoe
Hitch = block of days working in the trail
On the last day of our hitch, some guys from the National Parks Service joined us with extra chainsaws and a 'boulder-buster' which was pretty much a drill, some explosives and ...
... for 7 years as a cook for monks in Nepal, and along with Nepalese can now speak 6 languages. We was a very genuine and sincere man and pretty bloody inspirational. He had many stories to tell and we were all ears. The next few days passed pretty quickly, with pack repairs, loud Irish, Columbians and Kiwis, as well as routine visits to all the local buffets. There was a local craft beer festival which was also a lot of fun. Sunday night saw us heading ...
Maybe some women aren’t meant to be tamed. Maybe they just need to run free until they find someone just as wild to run with them. ~ Carrie Bradshaw Made it to Quincy 2 days ahead of schedule! 111 miles, one hail storm and one rain storm, we feel ...
... spent the night in the bus, dumped the tanks on Thursday AM and got home around noon.
21 States, 6 Canadian Provinces. 10,401 miles, 228 hours of bus driving, over 1400 gallons of diesel fuel, averaging 7.27 mpg with a average speed of 53.3 mph. Over 3000 miles in the Honda.
THIS ADVENTURE IS OVER!! Hope you enjoyed traveling with us.
... is 1,600 ft. Water temp is a consistent 39 deg F (about 13 deg C.) year round. In Quincy for the night. Firerfighters everywhere... Lots of bushfires from lightning strikes. Big day tomorrow - all the way to Canyonville for the IUWG reunion.....