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... heard from her boyfriend that two nights ago the area was hit with 950 lightning strikes and there is now a myriad of wildfires let loose. We may not be able to proceed past Ashland via trail. We did however get to cross from California to Oregon this morning. It took 1700 miles but we have now successfully walked the entire length of California. The first of ...
... Lake book. Oh, he's a real photographer. For CL: "stop everywhere, do everything." Beyond the park, his recommendations provided a short-term roadmap for the trip, and the photography lessons opened up a new aperture for me. After a full day of exploring, we were in the gift shop looking at postcards. Nearby, I spotted a coffee-table style book - mostly photographs. Flip to the back fold - there's my old man, younger in the photo but with the same tripod, author.
... English but for the life of him could not remember where in East London he was brought up. Probably for the best as its doubtless an Olympic skate park now.
Good night in Grants Pass on the Rogue River which passes underneath my balcony.
A live band played in the park opposite so spent the evening watching them and their slightly eccentric fans.
... park with lots or room for dogs to run. Roxie was enthralled with osprey that built their nests in the AT&T cell tower, as well as quail families living in the bushes right outside our coach. We love the Oregon Coast so much, we've decided to stay. Lance started a RV repair service and I found a charming chateau for us :) :) HA! We will be home in a few days.
Today we packed up the coach and headed to ...
... that such a course offers, something it misses is an overlap, an opportunity to support other runners often. In my short history in the ultrarunning community, this component of community and camaraderie is one of the strongest and most powerful pieces of the puzzle. So when a nasty, steep out-and-back is presented, I approach it with gratitude.
Returning to the aid station, I slip on my fashionable garbage bag, tuck it into my extremely short ...