We continued our streak of boondocking in solitude at Rocky Point East in Susanville, CA.

From there, we moved on to Hagelstein Park just north of Klammath Falls. I have never had such an amazing wildlife experience coupled with such a sense of unease. I actually called the sheriff one afternoon for a domestic disturbance in a nearby tent.

Meanwhile, the view was amazing. All of the photos below were taken from my chair inside the trailer.

The muskrats went back and forth all day long across the waterway. One evening we watched 6 of them get into a squabble.

In addition to this snake, I also saw a turtle, but the photo is too blurry to post.

Hagelstein Park is the 13th stop on the Klamath Basin Birding Trail.

These baby ducks also swam by our back window in Klamath.

We moved on after 3 nights to Collier Memorial State Park which by contrast was so fantastic I only took this one photo.

Towards the end of May, we were happy to connect with Shannon and Dave who we hadn’t seen since we left the west coast over two years ago. Jazz hands!

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  • Reply Jennifer Sexton July 1, 2018 at 8:39 am

    Hey, We know those guys!

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