Greenhorn Creek Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We are on the last legs of our trip and getting anxious to get home. Yet we want to spend an extra night at another one of our favorite Oregon state parks. The roads leading to home is 500 miles long about half are windy country roads. So 250 miles towing a big trailer on windy country roads is slow going. We'll take our time and be safe.
September 7, 2015
This portion of our trip brings us from Silverton, Oregon to Valley of the Rogue ...
Monday, July 6, 2015. PCT day 78 miles 1189.2-1198 Today is a nero day. I slept in until 06:30 and left camp by 0730. The trail was all downhill, 8.5 miles into Sierra City, which is at 4200 feet elevation. It definitely felt warmer/hotter down here. I arrived here by 11:30ish. The small town is only about a mile from the trail. I set up camp by the local church. I had my cold shower ...
... is that the water sources are getting more far apart. Leaving Sierra City, the PCTA.org has a water report for the next 500 miles. Gotta be water conscious again like in the desert. The trail was less crowded today and I was happy about that. The July 4th crowd vanished or was perhaps hung over. Not many PCTers either. They were probably hungover too or in food coma from the July 4th parties. Many PCTers made it a point to be in town to party. I was done by 7pm ...
We arrived in time for lunch with Holly and her boys and then Marilyn and I had a short walk while Lee had his nap. The ranch is always so beautiful with lots of animals to look at and just to be peaceful. We stayed in the cottage which was ...
Tim and Mira headed back on to the trail in the morning after a nice breakfast together of bacon, eggs, hashbrowns, biscuits and gravy. Plus coffee, always coffee. They were really lovely people, I'm hoping I get to catch up with them again in San Fran once they've finished the trail.
I was picked up by the 'ACE' trail crew in the afternoon ('American Conservation Experience') and taken to what would be our base camp for the next 9 days. There were 6 members ...