Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we head to Lassen National Park for 3 nights before heading home. We have wanted to go there for a while but have no idea what there is to see. No internet to do research so we will fly by the seat of our pants once again. The adventure is winding down…..Happy Birthday to all of you Birthday people…you know who you are. We miss everyone. We’ll see you soon. Love to all…good night.
We are staying about 40 miles from Crater Lake. We got up early-ish (well for us), had our muffins and coffee from Bob and Kathleen, and while we were eating we saw 4 deer outside on the lawn. They didn't really care that we were coming out, just moved back further on the hill behind the house.
We started the day at the Crater Lake ...
... back to the surface where it is visible from the viewpoint bridge. The largest returning underground flow escapes from under the east bank into the main channel. With these "escapes" the river returns again to full strength.
Wouldn't this video we took make a great ...
... After picking up the vehicle we set off for Crater Lake.
It must have been a horrendous event 7,700 years ago. A volcanic eruption formed a deep basin in the place where a mountain once stood. Over hundreds of years rain and snow melt has filled this basin to what has to-day become America's deepest lake.
Some facts about the lake are amazing. At its widest distance it is 6 miles across (that's 10 kilometres) with the minimum distance being ...
... left Portland taking I-5 south to Eugene and taking OR-58 east through Willamette National Forest. The drive along the interstate was much like every other interstate, but once we got off and starting driving through the forest, the drive became a lot more scenic as we drove through the Willamette Valley. Along this road, we stopped at a Subway near Oakridge and got a couple foot-long subs, eating ...