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My parents don't stop, they are amazing... like the bees in the lavender, they never stop... their garden is a marvel... after watering a bit and moving things around, he grilled some meat and we ate dinner while they are watching basketball play offs.
Tomorrow I am off to Corvallis for a mini reunion with amigos from Oregon State University back to the Gap on Monday.
Life is good!
... br> As we climb higher patches of snow begin to appear. Left over from an extremely severe winter it makes a picture of splendour for people like us who rarely see it back home. Cumulus clouds seemed to come down from the skies framing the roadway ahead.
Early in our adventure, Tom and Glestelle were over the moon when there was a dusting of snow at one of our overnight stops. When they cast their peepers on the amount of snow we were seeing they ...
... an historic wayside retreat in the Rogue River National Forest. Beckie's is famous for homemade pies, and I finally enjoyed a taste of huckleberries....mmmmm. We will be heading out of Oregon for the California coast and the Redwood forest. There hasn't been an area of Oregon I didn't love, and I'm feeling some regret at having to leave. I'd surely put this state high on the list of places to visit ...
We left Reno after a quick oil change and made great time all the way to Oregon. We met up with Brodie and traveled for a couple hours before finding a stop to camp at low altitude before our trip to Crater lake.
We have a beautiful spot, located right on the Rogue River. Amazingly it is in cell range - thus this quick update.
Off to cook hamburgers on the fire - cold beer in hand.
... 5th oldest Park and the only one in Oregon and has the Umpqua, Williamette, Deschutes and Freement National Forests surrounding the crater. I always thought this was made by a crater but in fact it was from the eruption of Mt. Mazama 7700 years ago. When it blew, vents encircling the peak formed and it collapsed inward. The rains and melting snow (currently down to 400+ inches/yr) in the coming years filled the caldera. During the winter months ...