The Lodge at Suttle Lake
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... is also incredibly deep - nearly 2000 feet at its deepest - the deepest in the US (9th deepest in the world). We drove the 54 mile rim road, which mostly hugs the edge with fantastic views of volcanic features. The most outstanding part of the visit though was the two hour boat trip we did around the lake with a geologist explaining the various features. It was fascinating and afforded the best views of the Lake and Ranger Tim was an excellent guide.
The Crater ...
... us a "Police Escort" to the office. It's a nice way to make folks feel at home, eh?
Tomorrow we'll do some grocery shopping and check out a few RVs we've been looking at online, in Junction City Oregon. It's fun to shop without any serious intent to buy...
Thanks for checking in and especially for looking at pictures at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy ...
Beautiful spot on Suttle Lake. We stayed at a federal campground which was not as good as the state parks. We didn't see the camp host until late into the evening and by then had to find our own firewood. No washrooms, only outhouses which were very smelly. The actual location was nice as the lake was beautiful and had a great trail around it, which took us about an hour to hike. The weather was great, very ...
... going to watch a movie on
a projector onto their garage. I pulled
a prank when I went onto MS Powerpoint and I typed out, “The Butt Named Bob,”
and made it say, “You’ve got some hot buns.”
We went back to the hotel because mom got sick!
PS - We didn't have our camera that day so only the flower photos are here!
... noise, could you tell about German fortification upon the bluffs?
After the German defense was neutralized, did the men in your group started to march up the French countryside?
What do you remember about that experience of walking/driving up into France?
At some point you might have crossed into Germany, is that right?
How was the march up the German countryside? Did you go through some big cities in Germany?