Blacktail Lodge

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Day 2 Redwoods & the drive to Grants Pass

A travel blog entry by welchfam


... and checked out some cool squishy things that shrink when you toigh them....the water had to have been about 30 at best but it was BEAUTIFUL! I decided cobsidering my headache I would get a head start up the staircase.....I had to take about 5 breaks on the way up lol....I am out of shape, but it was seriously hard for everyone I saw. Justin made it up with Harlan on his back shortly after me, red faced and breathing hard! Cale though......came racing up with a huge smile on his face. ...

Now is the winter of our discontent..

A travel blog entry by chris-moore


... want to be shortist but he was. Had he been able to stand on his own shoulders Glenn Burns would still have looked down on him. But then Glenn could catch geese with a rake (to borrow the phrase) so perhaps I'm being unfair. Nevertheless, when he and Richard hatched their complots it looked very odd.

Hastings was played by a guy who was deaf mute and who signed his performance. To make this intelligible to the audience the director introduced ...

And we meet in Klamath Falls Oregon..

A travel blog entry by sightseers


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.



Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by psandefur


... blog. The weather is jeans day since the high is only 60 so we headed south towards the big town of Shady Grove to look for a radiator cap for the Jeep We took a detour to check out Lost Creek Reservoir which is where the Rouge River goes in and comes out of a dam. The Rogue River is about 215 miles long, starts at Crater Lake (from water seeping thru the rocks and snow melt) and ends at the Pacific Ocean. We have been over and by it many times ...

Maryland section of the AT

A travel blog entry by checky


In September of 2007 we hiked the 40 mile Maryland section of the AT with Becky's uncle Mel. It was a 4 day/3 night hike that would take us from Pen-Mar at the Pennsylvania/Maryland state line, to Harper's Ferry in West Virginia. It was Becky's very first hiking/camping trip. Although she spent most of the time limping on a sore knee, she absolutely fell in love with hiking. We met some ...


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