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We are in Klamath Falls tonight, tomorrow Sisters! We will be all ready for the big quilt show on Saturday. Miss Elsie has purred along like a dream, Ken is so happy, he's beside himself! It's been very hot but the nights are cool. I'm going to try adding a couple of photos, one is a shocking one of Mt. Shasta, hardly any snow! Ask Rachel if she still has all the photos she took of Shasta when we all went to Sisters. I'd like to compare them. More the next time I get WiFi. ...
... for a bit which was nice, because I was super tired. Afterwards, I did a little studying before heading out to play some basketball with people. Afterwards, Josh, Izzy, Zeke, Joey, Dave and I rode into Shasta, and found a really nice Thai restaurant for dinner. When we got home, we took the open book test that was due by Sunday night. Since it was open book, I was able to get a 100% on it. Sadly, I had a hard time falling asleep ...
... on the road in places. That explained the stony noises; gravel, thanks to a comprehensive gritting. Other than the snow we had two highlights; firstly, slowing when it looked like a cat was going to dash out in front, then realising as it turned tail that it was a bobcat. And secondly, there were periodic signs for 'open range', in front of the first of which someone had parked an old oven, with the door open. It ...
... neighbors said there was a warning sign about bears...but there were no bear boxes on the premises. I guess the chippies are the main wildlife here!
We were packed and ready to go by 9:30 and on our way to Truckee, through the little town of Adin, and Susanville and deer country on the 395. We stopped in Adin at a really old country store to get some ice. I was getting tired so I mixed up an iced hazelnut latte out of the back of the ...
Today we started off at The Dalles on the Washington border and ended up close to California in the South - heading for Crater Lake.
On heading out we saw Mt Hood, the highest mountain in Oregon (over 11,000 ft) lit up by the sun on its lower slopes. It looked amazing but its peak was shrouded in cloud. We drove up towards the Mt Hood meadows ski resort to get a better view and we were lucky. It's a nice conical shaped mountain perfect ...
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