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... climbing up huge boulders up the face of a mountain. It was so incredibly fun and altough we ran out of time before we could get to the top, we got some outstanding views. We finished up with a beautiful swim in Sardine Lake on the way back down, then packed to head back to the Den.
The Den is a cool place, filled with other trail crew on various projects around the area. I have free accommodation for the next few nights as well which is great. Our crew ...
... of 1,308,000 acre feet and a maximum depth of about 90 feet. It is formed by Canyon Dam on the North Fork of the Feather River, as well as Benner and Last Chance Creeks.
Tomorrow - Oregon.
... we thought. But as we opened the door, we were greeted by Lindsay, a pot-smoking Welsh clown with red boots, pants and hat, a vest embroided with the Welsh dragon and a green coat. He grinned at us with a twinkle in his eye and the flash of a gold tooth: "howa ya doin boys?" We didn't know what to say. It was absolutely brilliant. Apparently Aerosmith was playing across the road from the hostel so icecave and I headed out with Lindsay and Wolfie to check ...
Maybe some women aren’t meant to be tamed. Maybe they just need to run free until they find someone just as wild to run with them. ~ Carrie Bradshaw Made it to Quincy 2 days ahead of schedule! 111 miles, one hail storm and one rain storm, we feel ...
... spent the night in the bus, dumped the tanks on Thursday AM and got home around noon.
21 States, 6 Canadian Provinces. 10,401 miles, 228 hours of bus driving, over 1400 gallons of diesel fuel, averaging 7.27 mpg with a average speed of 53.3 mph. Over 3000 miles in the Honda.
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2020 E. Main Street, Quincy | Motelfrom $66