We took a long drive up into the mountains to see Roger's daughter Indigo. The road to her place is a two-lane winding road that goes on and on and on. For more than a 100 miles (160 km) it curves and bends; it goes up and down; it runs along a river; it hugs craggy rocks on one side and drops precipitously on the other. It is quite an undertaking, and one that we take fueled by love.
I started googling around about this highway in northern California, I
was surprised to discover the area has quite a history for the sightings
of Bigfoot. Seriously. In fact there is a website called Bigfoot Scenic Byway. If you don't clink on the link, I'll post an image of Bigfoot here for you.
are other views that are quite naturally beautiful. Here the Klamath
River rolls along the highway in one of the gentler spots where you can
actually pull over for a lovely respite.
Fisher that ran across the road in front of our car. That was pretty exciting.
spent two nights visiting with Indigo. She has a dream for the future
here in these wild mountains, and I plan to write a post about that