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left campsite and had nice ride through forest towards crater lakes.
lakes are well worth a visit, awesome.
while riding around the rim to the village we over took a load of cars queued for road works. the lollipop man pulled us over and told us off for jumping the queue and made us wait while all the cars rolled by. he was very angry grizzly man with a big beard and even threatened to ...
... brutal out in the 90+ degrees. The caves are SO much cooler down below!!
Next up was Skull Cave. It was named for all the remains found inside, including 2 human skeletons! This one had an ice floor in it. Apparently, some of the caves are so large and deep that the cold winter air sinks to the bottom of the cave, and stays insulated by the ground around it through the whole summer. Water seeping through the ground ...
Catching up again. First town I came to was Crescent City, which had signs everywhere explaining what to do in the event of earthquake/ tsunami warnings ( 34 tsunamis have hit here since 1933). Welcome to California! I have decided that the state's nine Nat. Parks and the drives between them will be enough to satisfy me for now. My first stop was Redwood Nat. Park, not too impressed. It's a forest ...
We decided to hike to the Castle Crags today because Mount Shasta had some clouds over the summit. We drove about 20 minutes down to Castle Crags State Park. This hike is about 2,300 feet elevation gain in 2.7 miles, so it is very difficult. I knew it would be hard, but not as hard as it was.
The hike was constantly uphill, not too bad at first, but it got very rocky toward the end, with some sketchy parts where ...
... that Wisconsin was the leading producer of dairy probably because the Green Bay Packer fans are "cheese heads". Anyway, California is the leading producer. In fact, we have seen more cattle ranches in California than we did in the three dull days we spent going through Texas. After finally finding our way to I-5 we begin to see what we thought were fruit orchards. The trees were in full bloom and absolutely beautiful. ...