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... more cattle and therefore irrigation. Pit River did have some water. About 35 miles out of Klamath Falls we came upon a huge plain which was very agricultural, with wheat potatoes and horseradish being grown! And of course lots of grass for the winter. We have never seen irrigation like it! Our hotel is on the outskirts of Klamath Falls so I think we will have dinner and an early night and look around in the ...
The way to Klamath Falls was surrounded by long tracts of land littered with cows and lovely grass.
They drove to a lake and sat about before going to the Klamath Falls Yacht Club for a Beers, Brats, and Blues festival.
Our cheerful travelers found themselves at a table with some jolly locals. It was here that Fox felt herself a bit of a stranger to this country, for she had no more to say to these who spoke her ...
... too. So we stayed until about 7:00pm and then drove 2 hours back to our hotel in Weed.
This hotel was just ok. We ran into the problem of having a hot hotel room, but I could not sleep with the air conditioner on because it was as loud as a tractor motor. I sleep with earplugs on, and even with the earplugs, I couldn't sleep with the air on, which made for the room being warm for sleeping. Also, the fan in the bathroom was ...
... Mammoth Volcano. When we think of volcanos we usually picture the one huge cone like Mt. Hood or Shasta, created by giant explosive eruptions. Mammoth is known as a shield volcano, and instead of one huge cone it has many smaller ones erupting over thousands of years. Lava tube caves are one of the most common features of this area--over 500 caves have been identified, and about two dozen have been developed for ...
... capped Mt. Shasta as it is, of course, much shorter and appears to be composed of volcanic rocks.
We left I-5 for Route 97 (also Historic CA 99) at Weed, California at 1:45. Weed in its hay day was the locus for the largest timber mill in the country at one time. Times have changed and now it is a tourist town on the way to Crater Lake. We stopped there for a souvenir purchase and then were off again. Shortly after pulling out ...