Travel Blogs from Klamath, United States

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Klamath, CA Redwood Forest, September 5-9, Klamath, United States travel blog

Klamath, CA Redwood Forest, September 5-9

A travel blog entry by hitherthither

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We had yet another, gorgeous day of coastal driving and saw a lot of gigantic, jagged rocks jutting out along the shoreline. We found that they are caused by tectonic plates sliding under the edge of the continent and leaving the rocks as residue as the ...

Day 20, Klamath, United States travel blog

Day 20

A travel blog entry by hannahandbrian

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Day 20 - October 6   Into California before 10!!  The bicycle route followed flat, back roads into Cresent City.  Brian and I found a Grocery Outlet and went to town.  We got a ton of food for $12 and then headed over to the ...

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. ...

Crater Lake, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by howardbad

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A little overcast start to the day but no rain in our path for the foreseeable future. Took the local roads towards Crater Lake. Nice windy roads through the mountains getting to 6,000 foot elevation as we passed some ski areas. Surprisingly the ...

Day 6 Crater Lake, Klamath County, United States travel blog

Day 6 Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by mitchellka

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... in the State to reach Crater Lake the deepest lake. On route we were entertained by the jets flying from the airforce base near Klamath - and even more entertained when we discovered this wasn't just a base for pilots but was in fact the air force's "Top ...

Day4, Klamath, United States travel blog

Day4

A travel blog entry by marrkids3

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After about 4 hours of sleep, we woke up at the rest stop and hit the road around 7:30am. Elliott continued to sleep, of course. We stopped off at a random beach later that morning. This was the first time I'd seen the Pacific since I was about 10 ...

Crater lake OR, Klamath County, United States travel blog

Crater lake OR

A travel blog entry by schwagma

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Day 12: Redwood National Park, Klamath, United States travel blog

Day 12: Redwood National Park

A travel blog entry by usarvtrip

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... otherwise we'd have been sleeping in the visitor center car park! Luckily it was only a short drive to our RV park in Klamath which actually turned out to be rather nice. VERY friendly staff and the kids loved the movie night with popcorn. However, for ...

Buying More Wine & Driving, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Buying More Wine & Driving

A travel blog entry by fitmom

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... heading northeast into Oregon. The 5-hour drive was really beautiful! Mountains and forests surrounded us as we made our way to Klamath Falls to spend the night. We grabbed a quick taco dinner at Raliberto's up the street from our hotel then crashed. ...

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

Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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We arrived just a little before noon and just got set up when Barb and Dennis arrive.   After they got set up, we took off for a little sightseeing. With direction from Douglas at the campground office, we take off for Flint Ridge, ...

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.         ...

Redwoods and Lighthouse, Klamath, United States travel blog

Redwoods and Lighthouse

A travel blog entry by wright2

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Tuesday July 8, 2014 Non-Travel Day   This morning started off cool and fogy with a feeling of rain in the air, but even with this we headed south a few minutes to the “Newton & Drury Scenic Pkwy” that parallels Hwy 101 through the ...

Redwoods, Klamath, United States travel blog

Redwoods

A travel blog entry by twogosouth

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Today we got to the redwood forest and went for a walk through the trees. The redwoods were so huge and it was brilliant climbing up the roots and balancing on the trees. The first shore landing was made in 1775 but the settlements came in 1850 with ...

Here comes Autumn, Klamath, United States travel blog

Here comes Autumn

A travel blog entry by raymbeau

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... beach, I passed this really-cool Deco cement-job (*see photo*) that some engineer created -- fronting the former bridge that spanned the Klamath River until the flood of 1964 -- with the CLASSIC [cement] Round Ball -- "hey: if you're going to crash ...

Coastal Scenes around our Chinook RV campground, Klamath, United States travel blog

Coastal Scenes around our Chinook RV campground

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle

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... old building that housed a defensive gunnery during world war II, and a neat pull out with a view of the ocean above the Klamath River mouth.  Bonna: Today I decided to work on removing the decals on the front of the motorhome. The heat has pealed ...

Unter (männlichen) Lachsfischern, Klamath, United States travel blog

Unter (männlichen) Lachsfischern

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter

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... , als die Bierseeligkeit in der Nachbarschaft bereits vor 23 Uhr ihr Ende findet. Die Location ist unweit der Einmündung des Klamath Rivers ins Meer gelegen. Dort bietet sich zur Zeit ein Schauspiel besonderer Güte. Die Lachse wollen den Fluss hinauf ...

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.  ...

Can you see Crater Lake???, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Can you see Crater Lake???

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

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... pumice that poured out of Mt Mazama. More evidence of recent fires. Quick look at Annie's Falls, then along the shores of Upper Klamath Lake to Klamath Falls (falls long buried under the lake.) Noisy RV park between the highway and a railway line, ...

On our way to the California coast., Klamath, United States travel blog

On our way to the California coast.

A travel blog entry by wright2

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  Sunday July 6, 2014   Travel Day Today our destination was the city of “Klamath” on coast of northern California.  But to get there we had to travel north on I-5 into Oregon and at Grants Pass connect with US Rt. 199 back into ...

Oregon Cascade Range, Fort Klamath, United States travel blog

Oregon Cascade Range

A travel blog entry by belgtravelgirl

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Het werd tijd om langzaam terug richting Seatle te gaan, en dit deden we door het midden van Oregon te verkennen langs 'scenic routes'. Eerst was het Crater Lake NP aan de beurt, en amai, wat een start.   Ik dacht niet dat het meer in het echt nog ...

The Golden State, Klamath, United States travel blog

The Golden State

A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan

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After a slow start, I stopped by a local coffee shop in Brookings where several folks I had met from the campground were congregated. I spent more time than I had originally envisioned, but it was well worth the price of time. Somehow, coffee shops seem ...

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. ...

"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 ...

Klamath Country Club, Klamath, United States travel blog

Klamath Country Club

A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle

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... .  On one of the brochures (which long ago we found out do not ALWAYS tell the WHOLE truth) there was a statement that in Klamath we'd find a Subway, a Country Club, and a diner.  We drove into Klamath and right away knew things were going to be ...

En Californie !!!, Klamath, United States travel blog

En Californie !!!

A travel blog entry by carolleturcotte

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... beaucoup admirer la nature qui t’entoure ! Mais malgré le temps de merde je suis quand même arrêtée prendre quelques photos. A Klamath, le sentier des arbres est bien sûr fermé à cause de la pluie (il tombe à ce moment des cordes…), ...

Day 9 - Klamath CA, Klamath CA, United States travel blog

Day 9 - Klamath CA

A travel blog entry by rodeyo1

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... south, we rode to the Tree of Mystery tourist trap. We talked about staying at the motel there but decided to go on to KlamathKlamath was just a wide spot in the road.  So we went back to Trees of Mystery, ate lunch, and decided to stay at ...

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 ...

Giant Redwoods galore!, Klamath, United States travel blog

Giant Redwoods galore!

A travel blog entry by 1yearstewarts

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So here in the Klamath area are the most wonderful redwood trees.  We had an absolutly amazing time learning about trees and redwood trees in particular.  They can be thousands of years old!  They are the most amazing giants you would ever ...

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 ...

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