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... big, nicely laid out park so there's plenty of room to walk. A two mile long trail follows the east bank of the Rogue River and there's plenty of room along the interior roads to stretch road weary muscles. The park is like any Oregon state park that we have visited- well maintained. Unfortunately the manicured turf in and around the campsites has gone brown due to severe drought conditions but that didn't really detract from the experience.
... we made a hike to Bumpass Hell. This is a mud-pool plateau that can be found likewise (but much larger) in Yellowstone. Funny story how it got its name. The field was discovered by Mr Bumpass who claimed the land planning to exploit it and make it a tourist attraction. When he showed his claim to others he warned them to be careful where to step. At that moment he stepped and the thin crust broke under his feet and his leg went into a mud-pool. The leg was severely burned and ...
... all. And just ice cream. And remember: each is a man-high freezer. When we were onto the highway there was a roadblock. I grasped my license and vehicle registration but it was the department of agriculture to see if we transported wood or fruits. The guy laughed at us. Welcome to California. We stopped for lunch in Weed (yeah, that is an actual name). A quiet town with just about 3.000 souls. One restaurant and a lot of old buildings. It was like a sleeper ...
Saturday, July 11, 2015. PCT day 83. Miles 1289.4-1310.4 Today was a tough day for me. For starters, I did not get good sleep last night at the Bratten's (trail angel's) home. There were about 10 other PCT hikers day and I slept in a very uncomfortable bed. I took the 6am shuttle back to the trail and had breakfast there. From the get go, I felt ...
... The sunrise was magnificent this morning. From the cliff where I was camped, I had an amazing view of the valley below shrouded in clouds, a total cloud inversion. The sun arose from the mountains on the other side of the valley. That was my view as I had breakfast. My tarp, ground cloth, and bug mesh were wet due to the condensation. I dislike packing wet gear. I was able to dry out the gear around 9 miles later over a ...