Travel Blogs from Klamath, United States

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Honey, I Shrunk The Patrys!, Klamath, United States travel blog

Honey, I Shrunk The Patrys!

A travel blog entry by patry

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... how large they actually are!   We settled into our campsite and watched the fog and more rain roll in over the beautiful Klamath River.  We caught up on laundry while the kids rode their bikes and played tether ball.  The next day we ...

Crater Lake and Umpqua River Scenic Highway, Klamath County, United States travel blog

Crater Lake and Umpqua River Scenic Highway

A travel blog entry by dherren

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Traveled south of Bend to visit Crater Lake and drive the Umpqua River Scenic Highway. Jana has been to the area several times (Steve actually jumped into Crater Lake), but it has been over 30 years since Tami and I have been there. The water is bluer ...

Day Two, Klamath, United States travel blog

Day Two

A travel blog entry by vollmerholiday

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... white and yellow décor is a welcome oasis after a long hike. We wake up to a view of the fog receding off the Klamath River right outside our windows. This morning I looked out to see a seal playing in the river.     INTERESTING SITES ...

Day 17: More Big Trees, Klamath, United States travel blog

Day 17: More Big Trees

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne

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... sand castles, no shops. Just miles of deserted and beautiful shoreline, underpinned by warnings of dangerous currents and tides. We are back at Klamath for the evening but tomorrow we are moving on again. I am really glad we have come here even if it is ...

Redwoods, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, United States travel blog

Redwoods

A travel blog entry by kellyjohn

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Considering the delay of this entry posting, I’m going to keep it short and sweet.  A journey along Pacific Coast Highway added time to our trip, but was inconsequential, given the beauty of Northern California’s coastline and scattered, ...

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 ...

Dir. l'OREGON : LAVA BED,KLAMATH,CRATER LAKE, Krater Lake, United States travel blog

Dir. l'OREGON : LAVA BED,KLAMATH,CRATER LAKE

A travel blog entry by mpmeyer74

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... very wonderful! We go north along the Tulelake Then head for the Oregon ...   KLAMATH     We follow Klamath Lake then we get to Crater Lake. We will ...

In tents, Klamath, United States travel blog

In tents

A travel blog entry by cyclinginaskirt

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Camping, is not something I generally enjoy. In fact, I would usually select literally any other option rather than sleep in a tent, I like my creature comforts and absolutely hate being cold. I'm as shocked as anyone by a) how much camping I've done on ...

Up to the Lake, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Up to the Lake

A travel blog entry by szurszewski

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... was closed for the season already) so Jeremiah could stamp his passport. After that we headed south and worked our way to Klamath Falls.  We had a nice tour through downtown, ate some very sweet waffles (mine had bacon, eggs and hashbrowns ON it), ...

Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by sepp

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Noch ein paar ...

CRATER LAKE ET WIZARD ISLAND, Krater Lake, United States travel blog

CRATER LAKE ET WIZARD ISLAND

A travel blog entry by mpmeyer74

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CRATER LAKE    L'apparition de ce Lac avec sa couleur d'un bleu tellement intense est franchement saisissante ! J'ai vraiment encore une fois eu l'impression de rêver;    Avec ses falaises abruptes, ses eaux claires et profondes ...

Florence, Oregon to Klamath, California, Klamath, United States travel blog

Florence, Oregon to Klamath, California

A travel blog entry by cjplourde

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Florence is where the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area begins and it extends for 40 miles to Coos Bay.  The wind sculpted sand dunes tower to 500 feet above sea level.  Formed by the ancient forces of wind, water, and time, these dunes are ...

Day 19: On to Crater Lake, Klamath County, United States travel blog

Day 19: On to Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne

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The Plan: A lazy morning then on to Crater Lake National Park What actually happened: I cannot leave Grants Pass without a mention of one of my favourite movies, The River Wild- a thriller based around river rafting with Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon. It ...

Rain and fog by the river, Klamath, United States travel blog

Rain and fog by the river

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers

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This campground is on the Klamath River with beautiful trees and panoramic views. We drove to the top of the bluff and put our chairs in the bed of  "Chuck". There we waited for whales.....no whales.  Our NCL friends stopped by and we all went ...

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) ...

Further up the coast, still on the road!, Gold Bluffs Beach, United States travel blog

Further up the coast, still on the road!

A travel blog entry by philippam

I last left you on the road between San Diego and  LA, and I write this current entry at in a tent on the coast of very northern California in a tent on the beach with just the sound of the waves (and Ben and Alfie) for company. Right now is one of ...

LASSEN VOLCANIC PARK, LASSEN VOLCANIC PARKLASSEN VOLCANIC PARK, United States travel blog

LASSEN VOLCANIC PARK

A travel blog entry by mpmeyer74

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 LASSEN VOLCANIC PARK   Lassen Peak road:   Remarquable route traversant le parc du Nord au Sud. Par cette journée ensoleillée et paisible d’aout 2011 comment imaginer que cet endroit il y a moins de 100 ans a été le ...

Transitions – People and Geography, Fort Klamath, United States travel blog

Transitions – People and Geography

A travel blog entry by journeyer

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This morning we all meet for breakfast and the first thing we do is have a group hug. Like birds, we're flying off in different directions today – Stu & Susan are heading to Portland and we’re off to Crater Lake National ...

Blue water and gray skies, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Blue water and gray skies

A travel blog entry by jzsquared

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... of Crater Lake: Crater Lake is the fifth oldest National Park in the United States. It is also the deepest lake in the United States, reaching a depth of 1,943 feet, at it's deepest point. The water is also the bluest water I have ever seen in my life. ...

Blue, Blue the Lake is Blue, Fort Klamath, United States travel blog

Blue, Blue the Lake is Blue

A travel blog entry by journeyer

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I'm feeling so at home here at Sun Pass Ranch – we opened the drapes over the windows and there were the cows hanging about and an occasional moo! Of course in Miami Beach we don’t have cows mooing in our backyard, but there is a quality ...

Our Oregon Trail, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Our Oregon Trail

A travel blog entry by ceenic

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...  lunch, at the Black Bear Diner (second stop for the day). This is a restaurant chain in the Western United States which serves homestyle and "old-fashioned" comfort foods, this was a nice pit stop. Back on the road, I ...

Day 20: Crater Lake, Klamath County, United States travel blog

Day 20: Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne

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The Plan: Walking in and around Crater Lake What actually happened: After all my concerns, the temperature plummeted during the night and I slept relatively well - no need to change hotels! It is still going to be a hot day though so we set off early. ...

The First Day, Klamath, United States travel blog

The First Day

A travel blog entry by vollmerholiday

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... trusty little vehicle with the most unfortunate coloring has carried us on the six-hour trek from Portland, Oregon to Klamath, California. Through the dry grasslands speckled with buttes, over the various mountain ranges leading to the coast and ...

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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... we had a hearty breakfast at Denny's and then hit the road to Crater Lake. The scenery was beautiful. We drove past Upper Klamath Lake and then we were surrounded by mountains and farm land. As we climbed higher and entered the national park we saw a ...

Justin: Day 13 14: Bug-ageddon, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Justin: Day 13 14: Bug-ageddon

A travel blog entry by jzsquared

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(Sorry for the backlog of updates, I've been a bit exhausted lately.) After Reno we drove to Klamath Falls, Oregon.  We went the 'back' way of 395 North and snaking through Modoc National Forest.  The "normal" way would be I-5 North, which ...

Redwood Forest, Klamath, United States travel blog

Redwood Forest

A travel blog entry by bocalee

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This morning I crossed into California. Basically my memories or Oregon are as a cold, windy Hell. Sorry, Kevin & Paula, I guess I'll have to visit again to fully appreciate it. Anyway it was still raining, but I soldiered on to the Redwoods Hostel ...

Day 16: In Search of Giant Redwoods, Klamath, United States travel blog

Day 16: In Search of Giant Redwoods

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne

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... our destination we see a heard of wild elk. We have seen them before but never quite so many so close. Our hotel is in Klamath. To our surprise, the whole place is just a street. We really are starting to get off the beaten track now and into small town ...

Where the Redwoods Grow...Northern California, Klamath River, United States travel blog

Where the Redwoods Grow...Northern California

A travel blog entry by nextchapter...

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Driving through the Redwoods we loved the size of the trees, but were a little distracted because night was coming in fast and we needed a campground. Now this is amazing how the Lord works, we pulled in to a few different campgrounds but could not be ...

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 ...

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