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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 ...
... we’d visited any caves on the other side of the country since 2005 – they are trying to prevent the spread of "white nose fungus" to the bats (this is important for later…) from the east coast. She also told us to go to the visitor center so we could borrow flashlights. D asked for the flashlights and for what caves are best for kids – they handed us a brochure with them sorted out by ease. We started out ...
... always good, but the redwoods, eh. They were big. They were tall. Not much else to say. I did see my first wild elk there, though. Splendid animals. Next stop was the Lassen Volcanic Nat. Park, more to my liking. Every mountain within the park's boundary is either a volcano or part of one. Also a number of nice trails in the park. After Mount Lassen erupted in 1915, locals found many ...
We started the day by going to the headwaters of the Sacramento River, which starts right in the city of Mount Shasta, at the base of the mountain. You can drink the water there because it comes right from the ground, so there is nothing to contaminate it yet. I filled up my water bottle and jug and used this water for my day. It was cool to see the start of the Sacramento River, which is a huge river that flows right ...
... found out that they were almond trees. The world produces 2.51 million tons of almonds in 2010. The US produced 1.41 million. As we drove north we started seeing a different type of orchard. Neither one of us recognized the tree. Turned out to be an olive tree. We stopped in a small town named Corning. It is officially know as The Olive City. We stopped at an olive store where you can do tastings of the olives and the many ...