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This years cross country trip started in Redding, CA which is two hours north of Sacramento. If you remember correctly, last year we concluded our cross country trip in San Diego. We left the old gal there with brother Michael and figured we would return this year and begin our trip from San Diego. That was up until I realized that the kids had 2 weeks off for Christmas break last year. What a perfect opportunity to squeeze in another RV trip! So we did. We flew to San Diego ...
... up the Chetco River in search of freshwater trout, while the other three relaxed or lay in the sun. It was a second superb angling event for the day, with about 15 catches (and releases). Most of the fish were small, but the day remained sunny, clear, and cool the entire time. So, all in all, and excellent day to be fishing, in two excellent locales.
That evening, we relaxed at The Vista Pub, listening to cool jazz played by one of Diane’s friends. ...
Loaded the bikes up for an overnight coast trip this past
weekend. Probably around 60% of the Alaska
load on the machines. The panniers keep
the weight so low that the weight difference only becomes noticeable when you
are stationary and manually turning the bikes out of a tight corner. Christine's beefy heidenau tyres have arrived, we will be installing them later this week. With ...
... for the region at this time of year with temperatures in 10-12C range. From what I've heard its been +15C back home but we're still not coming home!
There's a lot of fishing in this area so when in Rome do as the Romans do.......hence we've been eating fresh halibut at the campsite and tonight we had clams and calamari for supper.
Tomorrow we move into California and the mighty Redwoods.
It's Friday the 13th and I went to a lake??? Thankfully I did not see anybody with a hockey mask. JASON!!!
When I left this morning it looked overcast and a bit nasty but 30 miles east the clouds cleared revealing a blue sky. It was about 100 miles to Crater Lake through state and national forests. Gentle turns and gradual altitude changes allowed for easy enjoyment of the postcard ...