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On the road again - destination HOME! This will be the last leg of our journey! About 50km from Lake Havasu we cross the State Line into California & we're back to Pacific time!!
The Good: Glad to be leaving Sunrise RV campground in Kingsman, AZ. The park was mostly permanent residents of the human and non-human variety. I didn't want to know the future inhabitant of the large trap which was set under the RV parked next to us. I am guessing it was set for a cat, perhaps a raccoon, regardless, it was unsettling. Especially since my body is still set on east coast time, and therefore, I'm up with the critters, outside drinking my coffee, in the ...
... Oregon, then on to Myrtle Creek where we met our camping buddies, Marian & Jim Anaka and Patti & Barrie Kanester. A great meal was shared by all, and we caught up on all the news (only having seen each other once since we parted company last Feb!). We travelled together the rest of the way, going through beautiful Siskiyou Pass with no problems; we were surprised by how little snow there was on ...
... climbed into the upper 30's so any chance of laying snow was slim.
We entered the park near the Mariposa Redwood Grove which contains the fallen remains of the original drive through redwood. We wanted to see the tree so we headed off on what we though was a two mile round trip. After walking up the mountain for close to a mile we discovered the hike was a four+ mile round trip so we decided that that might prove too much for ...
... one who makes pots, I emailed only to hear back that she is in California. Boo! We want one from someone who lives there.
I think that we will go to the Picuris Pueblo when we are in Taos next week; it is only 30 miles from Taos. We can go to the museum and gift shop then see if we can buy something very local. Can’t wait to see how the beans turn out!