Days Six and Seven – The Sun Returns

It was great to see the Pacific and enjoy some salt air.  We headed back to Ashland taking a northern route. It was fairly uneventful but beautiful.  We followed  the Coquille River for a while and took back roads as long as we could. Eventually we had to jump on I-5.

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We stopped for lunch in Jacksonville and then went straight to Ashland to get ready for the show. We saw their adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew which was set in a Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk style Padua. Other than the set and clothing, it really didn’t make sense with the story. It was good, but not great.

We left Ashland this morning and took Hwy. 96 along the Klamath River.  It was beautiful but grueling with nearly four hours of twisting roads and high heat. We saw a bald eagle and an osprey near her nest. Cathy took these pics…

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At Hoopa, we headed over Hwy. 299 along the Trinity River.  By this time the temperature was reaching 100 degrees and we were tired. We arrived in Weaverville around 3:30pm and took a nap. We woke, showered and then set out on foot to explore the town.  Here’s what we found…

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It’s been a fun trip, despite the weather. We learned that mother nature is always in control, new tar snakes are slippery and there is not enough room for all the Lyana gifts we’d like to bring home to her… we my need to pull a trailer!  We miss our family and the Duds. Tomorrow he gets belly rubs!

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One thought on “Days Six and Seven – The Sun Returns

  1. Some good pictures. Did you go by Mary’s place. I am sure she will like to see the picture of the Diggins. Welcome back to the Day-To-Day world, unfortunately. Nick

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