Travel Blogs from Klamath Falls, United States

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Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by sepp

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Noch ein paar ...

The third musketeer, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

The third musketeer

A travel blog entry by wayne-gary

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 “We are all travelers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend.” – Robert Louis Stevenson Went across bridge into Washington to get our stamp (Master Traveler Designation) ...

Cali to Oregon, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Cali to Oregon

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake

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... state lines into Oregon. The scenery is much more Canada-esk.   From there it took us about another half hour to reach Klamath Falls, our pit stop for the night. Klamath Falls has a population of 21000.    We stayed at the Maverick Motel ...

Almost in California, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Almost in California

A travel blog entry by hansinduncan

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... see a beautiful, old covered wooden bridge along the way. We decided to go out for dinner at a pizza place while in downtown Klamath. The boys decided to order all-you-can-eat salad, soup & breadsticks. After eating a small salad and bowl if chicken ...

Snow & The Deepest Lake in America, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Snow & The Deepest Lake in America

A travel blog entry by usa2009aswm

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From Jedadiah Smith National State Park we drove inland to Klamath Falls. It is strange but as soon as you cross a state line there is definitely a different feel to the place even though there aren't any physical barriers. As we drove across the 66 ...

Like to drive?, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Like to drive?

A travel blog entry by zjuggle100

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OK, I need to get wet.  No shower so I'm headed to some lakes.  It's in the high 90's yet very doable even in the shade.  And it gets down in the 50's at night.  Ideal for van camping so I can keep the windows rolled up, there are ...

Umpqua River und Crater Lake, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Umpqua River und Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by bernd_koss

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... Es war also nichts zusehen. Das war nun einmal nicht zu ändern, aber unheimlich schade empfanden wir es dennoch.   In Klamath Falls sah es nicht viel anders aus.Der kleine Ort hat mit der Eröffnung der Eisenbahn im Jahre 1909 wohl einmal ...

Bye Bye California Hello Oregon, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Bye Bye California Hello Oregon

A travel blog entry by theoldfolk

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... 200 miles drive. Checked into a motel Reg asked how far it was to the falls only We left Oroville and headed for Klamath Falls via Chico to Chuck Patterson’s Dodge Jeep Dealership.[ Yes we are having an electrical  problem with the car]. Not ...

Our start on

Our start on "The Ring of FIre"

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids

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... adoptive home. Wish we had him with us to explain what we are seeing as he is VERY knowledgeable on this state. Getting into Klamath Falls, we drove to the Oregon Motel 8 RV Park…and shortly drove right back out again. It was actually depressing to ...

Get your vertiginous kicks, Route 66, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Get your vertiginous kicks, Route 66

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... a long drive and a quicker section on the I5, we finally turned off where the GPS said. We'd ignored an earlier sign to Klamath falls, and were rewarded by this one, the straight across rather than via Crater Lake option, taking us straight onto Route 66. ...

Honesty, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Honesty

A travel blog entry by mrmatt

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... ;                     A great meeting of A.A. @ 7:30 Klamath Falls, Oregon. Thinking and praying for Jerry to find his solution.         ...

Klamath Falls - Return, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Klamath Falls - Return

A travel blog entry by baphometdemon

After the long drive from Portland, we picked up a U-Haul and loaded everything to be taken to the new apartment, and left a few things.  My stomach was still a bit off, so when I had shrimp and beer for lunch I was just being a dumb-ass.  ...

Pas de chutes à Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Pas de chutes à Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by danielle100957

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Soleil 27˚C, 443km Nous voilà maintenant au sud de l'État, plus précisément à Klamath Falls, Oregon, pour deux nuits. Ne vous attendez pas à visionner des photos de la chute, elle a été submergée lors de la construction d’un barrage. ...

Jun 28, 2011, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Jun 28, 2011

A travel blog entry by brigitte.seiler

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"On the road again..."

A travel blog entry by lcarrado

... ’t know how to stay on our side of the road, and then headed out of Sequoia. Today was a really long drive to Klamath Falls, about 9 hours. Vanessa was a trooper and drove most of the way. Nothing really exciting on the road, except for Mount ...

Crater Lake National Park, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by kordea

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Spend 7 Hours from Kuna, Idaho. Total 440 miles Cost $82 for gas Cost $200 for ticket and $75 for vehicle Cost $40 for Museum Cost $199.36 for food, snack, and drink, and water for vehicle Sleep in RV during these days Stay here for 7 days (not ...

Klamath Falls sleep stop, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Klamath Falls sleep stop

A travel blog entry by ahall77os

We didn't give Klamath Falls the attention it probably deserved, but had bigger fish to fry with Crater Lake. It looks like a beautiful place, unfortunately we didnt get in there until around 10:30pm and pushed off first thing in the morning. One thing ...

First day leaving eugene, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

First day leaving eugene

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines

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Currently only 5 hours into the train trip but as expected there is never a lapse of entertainment. Upon boarding I was seated next to a gentleman that looked as if he was the lead dog in the motorcycle group hells angels. Seemed nice at first but I ...

Are we there YET???, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Are we there YET???

A travel blog entry by matejsek123

5:15 AM (EST) Up and ready to go. Miami to Wash/Dulles Wash/Dulles to Denver two flight delays and one gate transfer...... Denver to Medford Medford to Home HOME 10:30 PST or 1:30AM EST  SLEEEEEEEPPPPPPPPPPPPP   ...

Oregon from North to South, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Oregon from North to South

A travel blog entry by msheila

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Today we started off at The Dalles on the Washington border and ended up close to California in the South - heading for Crater Lake.  On heading out we saw Mt Hood, the highest mountain in Oregon (over 11,000 ft) lit up by the sun on its lower ...

Ignorance, upside-down, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Ignorance, upside-down

A travel blog entry by cariverga

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... ; не жалко покидать эти чудные края ради Klamath Falls. ...

The missing falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

The missing falls

A travel blog entry by stourwalk

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Drove from crescent city to klamath falls throught RNP again. Very very hot today - temp reading on car hit 100F Got to Klamath falls to find a) no falls and b) it wasn't the start of the scenic drive that was further south. So at 5pm we headed south to ...

Crater Lake, hike and swim, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Crater Lake, hike and swim

A travel blog entry by dwhyte

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Parked at Cleetwood Cove, hiked down to the lake, went for a swim, hiked back ...

Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by baphometdemon

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... gave up for mosquito's. My car overheated in the woods. We had Chinese and met my college friend. We took a day trip to Crater Lake, Grant's Pass, Medford & Ashland (following entry). We left Klamath Falls heading north towards Bend & Mt. Hood. ...

Dune Buggy, Dune Buggy1, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Dune Buggy, Dune Buggy1

A travel blog entry by debrife

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... great experience.  Kelly wants to come back on the way home. (NOT) We never made it to the Sea Lion Caves, as the trip to Klamath Falls was 6 hours. We had a nice lunch in Grant's Pass and then went on to Klamath Falls.  The Koa is ok.  No ...

Lake of the Woods, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Lake of the Woods

A travel blog entry by dwhyte

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Running Y Ranch, Kathy rejoins us, rented boat on Lake of the ...

Miss Elsie's Travels, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Miss Elsie's Travels

A travel blog entry by elsiestravels

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We are in Klamath Falls tonight, tomorrow Sisters! We will be all ready for the big quilt show on Saturday. Miss Elsie has purred along like a dream, Ken is so happy, he's beside himself! It's been very hot but the nights are cool. I'm going to try ...

Falling through Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Falling through Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by juanfontes

<ul><li>Upon arriving here I was lost and couldn't find a gas station so I asked this nice lady to help me out and I was not understanding ehere she was talking about so she offered to take me there so she got in my camper and we wen to the ...

Oregon - Day 1 Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Oregon - Day 1 Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by buzzlog

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... as cars/trucks were passing by. We saw Mt. Shasta all the way along I 5 until we turned off on Highway 97 to Klamath Falls, Oregon. Very scenic along 97 with rolling fields, migrant workers.  We stopped at a rest area for a picnic lunch and enjoyed ...

Sep 08, 2014, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Sep 08, 2014

A travel blog entry by budnann

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