If I can find Arnold's Garage Sale, I could maybe pick up some interesting stuff!
It would be a welcome change from the drive up here yesterday! Not really pretty! I was stopped at Bordertown and my RV frisked but no problem since the agent and I starting talking "dog".
It was extremely windy and the road was mostly single lane up and down hills so I did a lot of pulling over to let traffic by. I wondered why there was so much traffic as the average population of the 3 towns I went through was 70.
Ended up west of Milford at a Passport CG called Honey Lake. Named that because there is a nice-sized lakeview--or used to be. Unfortunately, the lake has dried up and I have a view of a dry lakebed. No pictures as you would be scared. This place is quite remote and the campground is mostly permanents. Anyway, I getting ready to pull up stakes after I post this.
Today, I continue toward places named Shingletown, Whiskeytown etc. Hmmm...any guesses as to what I might find in these places? Should end my day at Douglas City or Weaverville. I have no idea where I will be staying tonight. The people in rural California hate Walmarts or any big box business.