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We are in Klamath Falls tonight, tomorrow Sisters! We will be all ready for the big quilt show on Saturday. Miss Elsie has purred along like a dream, Ken is so happy, he's beside himself! It's been very hot but the nights are cool. I'm going to try adding a couple of photos, one is a shocking one of Mt. Shasta, hardly any snow! Ask Rachel if she still has all the photos she took of Shasta when we all went to Sisters. I'd like to compare them. More the next time I get WiFi. ...
What an early start to the day. Waking up at 4:50 and leaving at 5:00 is super rough. Anyways, I had a great time at clinicals today, as we followed the ER doctor and got to see him diagnose patients. It helped me connect what we learned in class about seeing what was wrong in the field, and how the ER reacts when these patients come in. We worked from 7:00 am till 3:00 pm. It was about an hour and a half drive there. On the way home, I ...
... procedure that involved taking it halfway up on battery power then finishing with help from the engine, after an agonisingly slow walk up to the cabin and then back by the driver, the truck roars off, out of town. Two hours later we spot him two streets away on the phone while again lifting the tailgate, presumably after another delivery. I'd love to see the time-motion diagram that could explain that piece of scheduling. Back along Main Street, posters advertise the ...
... 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 ...
... what looked like the middle of nowhere, rain greeted us. We all looked out the windows, snuggled in our sleeping bags.
We had breakfast under a tarpaulin beside the bus in the rain, fruit, toast and cereals.
We went of a tour around a field, once flooded by volcanic ash and lava. A decedent of the tribes that once lived here told us about the battle between Sacatwa, Lewis and Clarke to gain control of the land, Natives vs Whites.
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