I WAS going to do my usual Black Friday Snowshoeing on Mt. Shasta, but the weather was so-so.
and I've done that trip a lot so I decided to stay in the car and go check out what the North Side of Mt Shasta looked like.
Well as you might guess, it looked a lot like this.
But looking the other direction on Hwy 97 looked downright inviting. Compare the view over the hill with the view in the mirror. So I continued on as I was curious about the roads that lead to the trail heads even though I knew they weren't passable and you could totally tell that me and my non-4WD were not going on them. So I just kept driving thinking that I'll turn around at any second.
So then I find myself coming into the tiny CA-OR border town of Dorris.
Dorris' whole purpose appears to be about getting in your way. It's like they used the border crossing (see photo) as a theme (see map). Zig. Zag. Zig. Zag. And don't you really want to stop at one of our fine dining establishments?
So after some zigging and zagging I find myself in Oregon and I see that Klamath Falls is just ahead even though I feel like I'm walking as the Oregonian speed limits for highways that aren't interstates is the glacial 55 mph. I've never seen Klamath Falls so I decide to check it out. Might be pretty, and I love water falls. Hold that thought for part II.
Klamath Falls is where Crystalwood Lodge is located (on the west side of the lake). Very dog-friendly B&B owned by former Bay Teamers--the lady who did the Iditarod a year or two ago.
I can't wait to see part II! I've been living in Klamath Falls for a year but way out in the woods. There is a deer looking at me right now.
Wow, I wonder what triggered all that spam all of a sudden?!
Don't know. The only dog that was mentioned is in the title of the blog so I don't know why the bot picked this post.
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