All of this within 39 miles from this rest stop
You are here, standing at a Crossroad in History!
This is the second Reclamation Project as the USA looked to expanding west
Visit the largest concentration of bald eagles in the lower 48 states
Many naturalists list the Klamath Basin as “Best for West Coast Birding”
A magical place, well worth visiting any time of year
Some of the first steps to land on the moon were here.
The largest Volcano in California: 24 miles in diameter, 150 miles in circumference
The Little Rest Stop with A Big Story
In 2008 Anders designed eight square panels, each 48 inches tall, for a community rest stop at the intersection of Highway 139, and Main Street in Tulelake. It clearly showcases places and things one can enjoy if they leave the highway and explore the surrounding landscape.
These eight panels share epic tales and wondrous landscape destinations.
To see more of Tulelake and surroundings visit anderstomlinson.com/tule-lake/.
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