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... There was a bakeshop with a canvas sign which had not yet been put up but had been painted and stretched to dry in such a way that the word BAKERY, all but the B, showed through and was reversed. A stranger read it wrong end first, YREKA, and supposed that that was the name of the camp. The campers were satisfied with it and adopted it.
We pass Mt. Shasta and Shasta City and turn east on to SR 89. 89 is a mountainous two lane route to ...
After spending the spring and summer at our Ananda Church retreats in both northern California and Oregon, it's time to go out and explore the great expanse of the west.
We don't have reservations anywhere for the next couple months so will head east over the high Sierra's through northern Nevada into southeastern Idaho to explore a bit, then into the Wyoming Tetons and Wind river range ...
... the Olympics were held in 1960. Still a big ski resort and still has all the buildings of the Olympic Village although they are high end ski shops now and a hotel.
The next two days were kick back days and we had an opportunity to meet those RVers camping next to us. The RV park was very pretty and it was our first exposure to cold nights. Altitude was in excess of 8,000 ft.
We decided to ...
... is that the water sources are getting more far apart. Leaving Sierra City, the PCTA.org has a water report for the next 500 miles. Gotta be water conscious again like in the desert. The trail was less crowded today and I was happy about that. The July 4th crowd vanished or was perhaps hung over. Not many PCTers either. They were probably hungover too or in food coma from the July 4th parties. Many PCTers made it a point to be in town to party. I was done by 7pm ...
... my things (now her things!!) into a rental truck headed for her new home in Portland. Then I’m off to Grants Pass for the first legs of the rest of my life. Linda, a best friend for 25 years, thinks she wants to full-time RV, too, but she’s never tried it before so she’ll be traveling along with me to see what it’s like. She’ll be following me in her Chevy Cruze and being it gets GREAT gas ...