Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bikes. I made a meat sauce for spaghetti. After dinner, we all read.
-I have not confessed yet to my obsession with keeping the floors in the motorhome clean. Rees thinks I have a problem… and, I just might. I probably shake out the 2 rugs at least 4 times a day and sweep at least twice. I wash the linoleum every 2nd or 3rd day, and vacuum once ...
... one stage we rode beside the end of a large lava flow in the Mount Batchelor area and we wove our way around a series of lakes, some man made reservoirs and others natural lakes but all with low water levels. Smoke also was prevalent, preventing us from seeing the skyline clearly and local landmarks such as "The Sisters" became a a blur in the distance, and access not possible due to the fires in the area. Bend proved to be originally a ...
... of the lake was. Rt 97 to Crater Lake is mostly a 2 lane road which slowed us down a bit but we made it to the park entrance at about 12:30. We parked by the lodge and walked up to the lodge to have lunch. Crater Lake was beautiful and had the bluest water we've ever ...
... of the water is. Will used it on a field trip (well they all did, but Will just did the Pacific Marine field trip, so he remembers it). Puget Sound has a clarity of about 12 feet and the record at Crater Lake is 143 feet.
Favorite part of the movie seems to be the subtitles for sound effects such as...
We enjoyed another free breakfast at the comfort inn. Then off for along car trip to Crater lake National Park. It took about 5 hours to get there, but driving in the stang makes it better. After getting out the the ridiculous Portland morning traffic we drove through a few small towns. We stopped for gas. I quickly learned that in Portland they has gas attendants who pump your gas for you. We snuck up on me Mr. Deeds style. He was really nice though. We ...