Eagle Rock Lodge
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... t get to the coast yesterday, that is today's destination. The hiways are two lane and lots of twists and turns..but very picturesque. We are travelling on hiway 38 towards a place called Reedsport, on an inlet of the Pacific. I've posted a picture from the gps of one of the huge switchbacks we went through. We stopped for lunch at Elkton and found our first bakery. We shared a Raspberrry sweet bun with icing, almost 8 in in diameter and split it into ...
... south end near the spot where the creek empties into the lake.
Reading 'Muir: Nature Writings' and 'Kook' by Peter Heller
"The flames, now rushing up in long lances, now flattened and twisted on the rocky ground, roared as if trying to tell the storm stories of the trees they belonged to, as the light given out was telling the story of the sunshine they had gathered in centuries of summers." John Muir, 'Bloody Canon and Mono Lake'
A distance today of 176 miles. Last night we watched the sunset as we dined in the hotel restaurant- beautiful. The couple at the table behind us were from Moodiesburn, Glasgow. They could not understand how they were going to get through all the food they had ordered!! After breakfast today we took a drive down into the "city". Like many other places Klamath Falls has more empty shops than full. We went down to the Memorial Park which was ...
... but we seemed to have hit a nerve that sent poor Kathy into a state. This really seemed odd, because most of the people I visit report problems with sleeplessness and itching after we leave.
So we finally made it. We couldn’t be happier to sleep somewhere where we didn’t have the anticipation of loading up and leaving the following morning. Despite the stress we unwitingly put Kathy through we were ...
The town is a picture perfect example of a pioneer town established in the 1800's. The locals are very proud of their town and keep it perfectly neat and clean. Tourism is a big business here. Just up the hill from town is a pioneer cemetery. Very old and ornate headstones can be seen there. A note of interest is that a section was included within the cemetery for the Indians. This is act of respect and reverence by the pioneers for the ...