Caples Lake Resort
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... Nino could alter the plans.
We do expect to cycle back through northern California for springtime and back up to Oregon early summer.
It's 800 miles to The Teton's from here. We awoke early, partly due to anticiptation, partly due to the 76 degree temp still inside the RV and only 72 outside. I spot check temp forecasts in Nevada and Idaho which promise lows in the 40's. Whew. ...
... did my laundry here. I resupply here. I reacquainted with other hikers I know that I haven't seen for a while. They said that i look like i lost more weight. I feel that i have ever since I started doing 20-25 mile days again. My skinny pants are fitting me loose. Oh well. I will spend the night here and head out tomorrow morning as early as possible. Next town is Belden, 92 miles ...
Sunday, July 5, 2015. PCT day 77. Miles 1163-1189.2 Today was a 26.2 mile day. Yes, I walked a marathon today. I even took a long lunch and nap some time mid-day. The nap definitely felt amazing. Spending the night last night in the hut was a treat as well. There were three other PCTers with me at the hut: Wallaby the 60 something year old Australian man, and the couple in their 20's, Dingo and Cosmic Bubbles. Wallaby is a pleasant person. I enjoy his company ...
... in the shade
Wifi – free – Only on the upper level. Lower level can come up and use it at the picnic tables
Cable – No but I was able to use my DirecTV satellite dish.
Passport America – Yes, for ALL days of your stay
Monthly Rates – $350 and free electric which is rare and good as it gets hot/cold here.
The gas station near the entrance has a ...
... to work so hard that they would have to make frequent stops for more water. Some of the valleys here as you look down from the mountains remind me of the Panamerican Highway in Guatemala where the buses go along narrow ledges carved into the mountainside and sometimes you look down over the cliffs and see the buses down there that didn’t make it. There have been trains that go snowbound up here in more recent times. ...