Super 8 Red Bluff
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... Vietnam and until a week or two ago were pretty much treated as outcasts, until they were hit by fierce fires, triggered by lightning, which threatened the entire area.
These Vietnamese with incredible bravery waged in with spades, still in their flip flops, to fight the fires and by doing so won the respect of the locals.
We drove through some of these areas, still blackened, with the air pungent with the smell of burning.
There was really very ...
... a clearing.
We drove miles and miles through the Cascades, with constant elevation changes. At times we were on flat ground, by fluffy yellow fields peppered with dark green trees and the occasional farm, with rectangular bales of hay piled neatly together in blocks. And we saw fields of grazing cows, horses, freshly sheered sheep, and even a few llamas. At other times, we were making passage ...
... us and then went right on working. We were hoping to go out to dinner but her work load is not permitting us that treat tonight. I went to a Greek shack and got us both some healthy food. Again Motel 6 comes through with a great ADA room.
Tomorrow will be an earlier start. It will be our longest travel day. Day 1 we went 323 miles, today was 344. I think tomorrow is around 450 miles to ...
... 500 gallons a day of water! Also, the rapid decrease in temperature. It went from 80 degrees in southern Oregon down to 60 in about an hour as we headed into California and the Redwoods.
After driving east from the Redwoods into Redding, CA, on some very twisting and winding roads, this song came on the radio at the perfect time: Everyday is a Winding Road by Sheryl Crow
We woke up to a beautiful sunny day, mid 60's. We found out last night that parts of Lassen are still closed due to snow, but we’re going up anyway to see what we can see. We also wanted to see Shasta Dam and Shasta Lake, so we drove north on Hwy 151. Shasta Dam is the second largest dam in North America. We thought we could get a tour (they're free) but there was a school group coming in at 11 ...