As the morning fog lifted, this was he first of these small canyons that we would pass through today.
Dutch taking a little breather after a work out with his dummies, me and the rubber one. This is Lake Almanor, just north of Quincy, California. We were the only people in sight on this big, beautiful lake.
This is only of vent holes at Lassen Volcanic National Park, although she is still venting, it erupted a long, long, long, time ago - but the debris area and rocks that it spewed out are still visible today, it was a big blow!
Another vent hole, but if you look in the upper left corner, you can see our road going along the mountain - we have just started up the mountain at this point.
This is just part of the mountain that was blown away when the big one hit!
This is summit Lake, almost to the top of the pass which was created by one of many craters that were created.
This is the confluence of the North Fork of the Trinity River with the Trinity River, if you want to get a fisherman excited, click on it to enlarge!