Eastern Utah
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Thursday, September 10, 2009

I'm Back!.

I didn't get away from Butte Lake until about 12:30 this afternoon. I had only planned to drive 150 miles, so no problem. It turned out that the two RV parks in town weren't acceptable, so I drove on until I got to Lakeview, Oregon, where I found a Shell station that had a separate side for trucks, so I seized the opportunity. I'm driving on Rte 395 which is beautiful, but not much in the way of facilities; I asked at the gas station if there was an RV park nearby, and lo and behold it was about 1/4 mile up the road. I'm pulled in at a crazy angle and I don't even want to think about getting out tomorrow without scraping something. Also, I doubt if I'm level, but hey, for one night I will just hold my breath and walk softly.

Oh, I nearly forgot. This morning I hitched up nearly perfectly! I was totally surprised as I hadn't done it for the last 3-1/2 months, but knowing I had David on stanCdby lessened the pressure. I also figured out how to play CD's in the truck - I have a 6-CD changer - so I left Lassen listening to the Osborne Brothers and some great bluegrass!


  1. Gypsy, I missed you so much when you were in your remote campground - I'm really looking forward to reading your blog posts again! Congratulations on hooking up correctly. I'm sure pulling the 5er will feel "normal" again before long.

    Safe travels,
    Laurie (and Odel)

  2. Good to see you blogging out here in the cyber world again Gypsy. Seems like your were gone for a really looooooooooooong time. Safe travels & we'll keep a blogger light burning for you........Take care. AL:))

  3. Good to "read you again". I enjoyed your posts on life in Lassen. We have not been there yet, but want to go now since reading your blog. Happy travels and stay safe! Look forward to reading about your next experience.

    Margie M.
    fellow fulltimer at

  4. I'm catching up on your last few blog entries,... so glad things went well hitching up and how can one feel blue listening to bluegrass!