|Entrance to lava tube cave|
|Landscape in Lava Beds Park|
|California on the left, Oregon on the right!|
Lunch was at a local taqueria, and it was wonderful - particularly after our meager dinner and breakfast in the park. And we found a diner on the way back down the street to get a piece of pie. Marion berry is sort of the national pie of Oregon. Just delicious!
The rest of our ride to Klamath Falls was an easy Tuesday morning type of ride. Great views of Mt Shasta from time to time - it was covered with snow top to bottom.
|Snow covers Mt Shasta|
And when we got to Klamath Falls, we stopped in at a bike shop to see if our new rack had arrived. (It had not.) But we left the bike for a little tuning on the new gears, and walked down the street to have a beer.
Later, we arrived at Lorena and Dick's home, and enjoyed a delicious meal and stories with our hosts. All in all, I could not imagine a more enjoyable day.
The day's report: Lava Beds National Monument to Klamath Falls, 51.2 miles/1148 to date