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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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As we left the visitors centre, Sue and Terry had kindly donated a couple of pieces of their pizzas from last night, complete with doggie box, which we devoured for our lunch when we found a suitable spot much later. To wash them down we had some water, which now tasted more like bath water, but possibly a smidge hotter; with a piece of fruit from breakfast this morning to top it all off.
Gosh, we know how to live.
... created Crater Lake had anything to do with this. We shared the road with 18 wheelers and it was clear, they had a difficult drive up steep inclines that challenged their engines and down steep slopes that challenged their brakes. We even saw a few of them using the break-down lane, presumably so as not to impede other traffic.
Around noon we stopped in a town called Yreka for lunch. Most may not ...
... 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.
... sweater van. Having a little spare time we contacted and arranged to meet a grower, Don, whom we had met at the last night's dinner. Don runs a 150 acre prune & kiwi fruit farm north of Yuba city. So we called in there for an hour and climbed all over his machinery, walked in his crops, peeked in his sheds and chatted to Don, his wife Anne and brother Joe. Don has become Michael Z's soul mate as they are of the select band using counter-flow driers. They were ( ...
... east on Hwy 44. We saw Lassen Peak, which is 10, 547 feet. Since the roads to the park were closed, we had lunch by Manzanita Lake at 5800 feet. Around 3, we decided to go to another entrance to the park on the southern side to get a better view of the peaks. The drive was beautiful, and we saw lots of Ponderosa pines. The snow appeared around 5000 feet, and got deeper as we climbed higher. We ...