A day of monotony. All we did was pick up home and move it down the road. We spent an hour packing up at Whiskeytown and dumped the tanks. We cruised down the road to Redding CA and stopped at best buy to look at some laptops. I'm currently writing this blog on an HP with windows 10 and absolutely hate it. It's such a pain in the ass to pull pictures from my phone and get them on here. Unbeknownst to me this only came with a trial version of word, so I don't even have a typing program. Not even a notepad. That translates to me only being able to update this when it's hooked up to WIFI and I upload to the server distributing the site. I found a kid at best buy and told him I just wanted something simple to blog with. The dingbat couldn't answer my simple questions, referring to his iphone and google to look them up as I was standing there. Thanks Jerome, I can do that myself. He did try to up-sell me to a $1,600 Macbook because of how awesome they are. Did you not listen to me? I just wanted something super simple that can upload pictures and type a blog. That's it. I'll research it myself.
We dropped another 60 miles south and ended up at the Red Bluff Recreation area. This state park allows dry camping for $16 a night. The only hitch is that you have to reserve it online, which incurs another $10 transaction fee. So instead of paying $42 bucks to sleep with no hookups in a park we opted for an RV park in town. $72 dollars later and we spent two days with full hookups. That allowed us to go see some volcanoes. Sweet. I'll add those next in day 89.
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