The Harbor House Inn
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... cos, and the one today was no different.
Many of the places we drove through were not just supa-small, but tatty shackville, usually with a row of decrepit cars and trucks lined up outside, in varying degrees of rottage, amidst other old junk and half grown over with tall grass. In some places they had lined up loads of their tat and were selling it off. It was very tempting to stop and look, it was so awful. We later discovered that many of the inhabitants here ...
The plan for today was to see Mount Shasta in all of its beauty, on our way to Redding, CA. So, we set out at 8:40 AM and 64 degrees with overcast skies, hoping that the clouds would lift and give us that spectacular view. Unfortunately, the clouds came down instead. We had rain off and on…not a downpour, but just enough to keep the windshield wet. Since we would not be in Shasta until afternoon, we still had ...
... I got to McCloud river and campsite here by 16:30, 9 hours from where I started at 07:30. I did the first 15 miles without stopping for water or food. I just kept on going. Since the water sources were still spread out the first 10-15 miles today, the trail seemed packed today because the water sources were full of hikers. The trail was very forested today, and when the canopy did ...
... is 10 miles away, and then after that another 10 miles. We didn't feel like hauling so much water. So we decided to camp at the next water source (Moosehead Creek) and settle for 20 miles today. Tomorrow there are more water sources, so we can easily do 25 miles. The PCT hikers that I saw today are Dino DNA, All good, Etch-a-sketch, He-man, Spontaneous, Sarge, ZigZag, LoneStar, Humpit, CC, Topper, BearCan, TooMuch, Sinbad, and MintyFresh. Yes, the trail was crowded ...
June 27th Moving airport walkways cloud my thoughts. Escalators to the top of the hill. Even a mineshaft style elevator would be nice, but nope I must walk, for this is what I set out to do. Hot, that is what the past few days have been. Over 90 degrees everyday and still I walk. The trail today took me along the dry and exposed hat creek rim. I carried 5 1/2 liters of water on my back because of the ...