Gold Lake Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... heads down an equally long 6% grade and yep, the truck is a downhill champ too. I hardly ever had to touch the brakes to keep the truck/trailer combo in control. The truck's towing capability has exceeded my expectations.
We come to the California agriculture inspection station soon after entering the state of California. The inspectors waves us through exclaiming "Have a great day!" Next up is the town of Yreka, a town of 7800 souls established in ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... for beers and pizza. We stayed out all night playing horseshoe and pool, it was great fun.
I pulled up a little sore in the head this morning and have made a collective agreement with myself not to replicate that degree of ethanol consumption.
In all seriousness, a hangover is a waste of one of my precious days where I could be out rock climbing or experiencing new things. It's barely worth it back home and definitely not out here.
I will be ...