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Jul 27, 2012 - Lassen Volcanic NP to Modoc NF in far NE Calif.
Lassen NP to Modoc NF, searching for boondocking site We tried something different this morning leaving Lassen NP. Instead of staying in the crowed Summit Lake CG, we moved to a more scenic place for coffee & b’fast. As soon as I got our of bed, (~6:15) I set up Homer for travel, left Sharon in bed and we left the CG and moved about ½ mile down the road to a pullout with a nice view of a meadow out the large window across from our recliners. Unfortunately, no wildlife showed up to enhance our morning coffee experience! After coffee we...Jump to full entry
Jul 25, 2011 - What's in a Name?
Monday Morning on Annie Creek: We decided on taking one more hike before leaving Crater Lake, so we got out our walking sticks and bug spray and headed off on the Annie Creek Trail. Annie somethingorother was supposed to be the first woman to descend the cliffs of the caldera and get down to the water of Crater Lake, so they named one of the area’s major creeks after her. But like a lot of those ‘firsts’ in American history, they apply only to white people of European descent. A thousand Klamath Indian women may have descended the cliffs...Jump to full entry