Away from the stream of water in Pacheco Camp's shower shed sits an old car seat
Once you wipe off a few spider webs and some dust, it's a great place to leave glasses and clothes while showering.
Even after my cold shower, I'm still feeling a bit sluggish. During the next couple of hours, I drink two cups of electrolyte-replacer, more cold water, 2/3 of a pouch of Snackmaster turkey jerky (yum), then 1/2 cup of coffee, in the hope that something can revive me. All this helps a little, but the reality is that I've reached my limit and need more rest.
I wash a few clothes in the sink.
A little later, supper is Backpacker's Pantry Kathmandu Curry, a really good vegan meal that successfully brings together the flavours of brown lentils, potatoes and curry spices.
Another quiet night, and I sleep well.
Continue to Day 7: Henry Coe State Park: Pacheco Camp to China Hole by bicycle.
Date: September 05, 2008, 16h00