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... 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 ...
... Lunch was good though. We moved along the 98. Stopped at historic McCloud. Again a town with nice old buildings. A historic Main Street. Well, don't get overexcited; we are talking like 7-8 buildings here. By 17:30 we entered Lassen Volcanic. Turns out our campground was about 40 miles in the north of the park. But there were choices. Of course. We therefore chose to leave that what it was although it had some advantages. There were lava beds and a beautiful ...
... on this hot day. Thank you God. From there, we pushed 10 more miles to the next water source, where we camped for the night. On another, note I discovered some major wear and tear on my pack on the vital part of it (the suspension). I fear it may not last me thru the rest of the 1150 miles. There is an REI near Ashland. I may have to get a new pack there and for sure new shoes. My shoes will have 1000 miles by then and they already have ...
Thursday, July 16, 2015. PCT day 88 Miles 1390-1412.2 Today was a 22 mile day on the Hat Creek Rim. I have to say that it got quite hot, up to 91 degrees. I started hiking by around 6:45. Before I left, I made sure to camel up, drinking two whole liters. The morning was cool and pleasant. I had gotten reliable report that the water cache ...
... Shepherd was trying for that too but didn't leave until later because he was still waiting on gear. Checking out by 11, I walked to JJs cafe for lunch, ordering the usual big fat burger with fries. Too bad they had no milkshakes. Finally getting on the trail by 2ish, my goal was just 12 miles today to where there was water 0.25 miles off trail down a canyon (Lost Creek). The PCT at this point takes you on the infamous Hat Creek ...