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Road Trip 2013: California I

KLAMATH FALLS, OR — We’ve had a wonderful four days on the road in California, with the Oregon leg about to begin. When I finish this entry we’ll head for Crater Lake, which I intend to take a dip in.

We stopped in Fresno, where I spoke briefly with Mark McAfee, CEO of Organic Pastures (www.organicpastures.com). Strangely, their website has been off-line ever since we left. I trust that it will be back on soon.

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Yesterday, after spending the night in Mt. Shasta City, we went to Dunsmuir for breakfast at the Dogwood Diner.

Wonderful, honest food.

While on our way out-of-town, we spotted the entrance to a municipal park, which offered access to the Sacramento River.

This little talk is the result of that side trip.

Lining up the shot on the Sac River.

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I have finished reading one book on this trip — Millennial Hospitality IV, by Charles James Hall (I’ve also read II and III). Much more to say, which time doesn’t currently allow. We’ll get back on the road for the next leg of the journey.

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  1. Love the Millennial Hospitality Series – all the books of the series.

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