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... pictures?" After informing him that we did, we also informed him about getting to close to wildlife and how it wasn't a very good idea, so that's why we didn't get any closer, like he did. He almost seemed surprised that he shouldn't have gotten that close. Maybe he learned a lesson that day, and maybe he didn't.
At this point, it was getting late in the day so we headed down the mountain and back to camp. Stopping off only to pick ...
... the curator. Alexa tried out the aviator goggles from the WWII era.
It was still cold and foggy at the campground when we returned. We decided not to drive back to Rialto Beach. We are tired of being in the car for hours on end. We went to Crescent Lake instead. We parked about the Crescent Lake Lodge which is about a 30 minute drive from the campground. The lodge was neat. There is an open lobby with a bar, check-in area, ...
... and gassing up at Safeway
5:00 Arrive in Portland, Oregon for dinner
Downtown Portland is minutes off the I5. We went to Powells Books then had a great, healthy feast at Noodles and Company
6:30 Leave Portland
10:00 Arrive somewhere in Southern Oregon
We stayed for the night near Roseburg. This worked out pretty well, because there is some great scenery as you approach the Oregon/California border.
... we ate with the only other guest, Victoria. She was quite the interesting person as she is in her early 20s and is traveling alone from Austria on holiday. She was trying to spend most of her time camping but it had rained the last 2 nights and being cold and wet she decided to spend a night in the Inn. She was in the US to practice her English which heeded a lot of help. She had made a comment ...
... frozen, noses dripping, we looked particularly attractive! We were rewarded with a pod of 4 whales, the Canadians have the same 100m limit to these mammals, so unless you have a good lens on your camera (thanks Cait) you may not catch a good photo. Out of Robs 100 photos we got about 10 cracker photos. The whales breaching and blowholes emptying - really impressive. Then off to a seal colony - noisy and ...