Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
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... was only 2 miles roundtrip.
We had lunch at the Rim Village.
Mt. Scott Hike
After lunch we went to our 2nd hike...this one was not as successful as earlier hike. This one was 2.5 miles each way, strenuous (steep) and in the hot afternoon sun. Mt. Scott is the highest point in the park, but it was a low point of the ...
... was just something else. I know I ramble on a little at times about the great drives we have been doing, but honestly, I can't describe them in any other way. Each one is unique in its own right, you really can't say one is better or more scenic than the other, they have all created special memories for us.
This route is signposted as "Rogue Umpqua Oregon Scenic Byway." This drive is named after two rivers, yep you guessed it the Rogue River and ...
... covering many hundreds of miles. We'd met Canadian brother and Sister Ashton and Stephanie walking the inca trail to Machu Pichu back in January. Ashton who lives in Vancouver had foolishly offered to put us up if we came his way. We were quick to take him up on the offer. Despite a lost passport (Ashton), some smuggled beer (Alex) and some hastily purchased greyhound bus tickets we made it to Vancouver. It was great to see Ashton again. The last time we'd seen each ...
... Island and on the other side there is another tiny island called Phantom Ship as it looks like an old sailing ship.
We stopped at almost every viewpoint around the east rim drive, which was about every 500 yards, to ensure we took in all the beauty the lake had to offer. Every point offered something completely different and right at the edges of the water you could see and appreciate how blue and clear the water really was. There were views ...
... photographers I love to follow. Theron, the photographer, and his friend Troy, the videographer, arrived in the late afternoon to do a photo shoot and some video/audio footage of us for a project they are doing called #EverydayDrivers. I had seen a post about a week earlier from ThisWildIdea indicating that he was looking for people in Oregon and the surrounding states doing unique and exciting things with their vehicles. I emailed him on a whim and ...