Travel Blogs from Klamath, United States

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Be grateful for what you have., Klamath, United States travel blog

Be grateful for what you have.

A travel blog entry by showbizkelly

Today got me thinking. We went to the "Trees of Mystery" up in Klamath, CA and they were awesome, but by "we" i mean Me, Kari, her mom and stepdad (and dog sadie) Anyway. It got me thinking, sometimes I really hate not having a "family". You know, a mom ...

Klamath Falls Oregon, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Klamath Falls Oregon

A travel blog entry by frost772

... to Klamath Falls Oregon where my property is located. Unfortunately we missed the turn heading into town, so we will go back tomorrow. Klamath is quite a large town, I kind of like it. We had a great dinner down the road (a bit fancier than I expected). ...

Crater Lake, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Crater Lake

A travel blog entry by frost772

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It was barely a 45 min drive to Crater Lake from Klamath Falls. It is so amazing how beautiful the landscape becomes as you get closer to our National Parks. They pick the best of the best and preserve them, thank goodness!!! Crater Lake was formed only ...

A day in the Redwood forests, False Klamath, United States travel blog

A day in the Redwood forests

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane

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14/8/2000 Yesterday we stopped at a flea market and I bought two books (a Star Trek book and the making of Return of the Jedi). The "Moon of Endor" scenes (according to the book) were filmed in Crescent City, Northern California. I will give you one ...

Going to Klamath Falls for a day, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Going to Klamath Falls for a day

A travel blog entry by greentea13

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Labor Day Respite, Klamath, United States travel blog

Labor Day Respite

A travel blog entry by dlpool

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... .  The forecast for today shows a high of 90⁰ and lots of sunshine.  That’s why I wanted to stay in Klamath; if I wanted hot I could be home in Texas.  The Trinity River (not the same one that’s in Texas) follows along 299 ...

Sept 7, 2013, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Sept 7, 2013

A travel blog entry by rayhurl

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Today we left about 10am for Klamath Falls.  We decided to take a different route than originally planned because we wanted to visit the state capitol building which is supposed to be unique.  When we got to Salem it  sure enough it was ...

Coos Bay to Klamath, Klamath, United States travel blog

Coos Bay to Klamath

A travel blog entry by garethbirduk

Coos Bay to Klamath Another long boring drive through fog and rain. Stopped off at a quayside restaurant at some lousy little hick town or another. Food was quite nice for a change. Their version of roast beef lacked the trimmings of the far-superior ...

Seeing the sights, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Seeing the sights

A travel blog entry by davidpower

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... a detailed map it is lovely just picking somewhere that looks like it might be interesting and go to have a look. Having said that, Klamath Falls isn't as I had hoped, but you win some and lose some. Oregon so far is beautiful and I suspect there is ...

Klamath, Klamath, United States travel blog

Klamath

A travel blog entry by garethbirduk

Klamath Should probably have checked out and moved on. Hostel has a stupid all day closed policy - not just a few hours as I had thought originally, but all day from 10 until 5. Brilliant. Stuck in the middle of absolutely nowhere where it's raining 24-7 ...

Bike parts discombobulated, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Bike parts discombobulated

A travel blog entry by cyclepath

statue park; man with water; through doris; bike falls apart; into Klamath; I see the red ...

Bruce and Lynn's excel Adv to San Juan Islands!, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, United States travel blog

Bruce and Lynn's excel Adv to San Juan Islands!

A travel blog entry by bklexcellentadv

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PLEASE VIEW OUR TRAVEL BLOG BY CLICKING ON THE INDIVIDUAL PICTURES RATHER THAN THE SLIDE SHOW! QUOTE OF THE DAY: The greatest accumulation of plant mass ever recorded on earth was a strand of Redwoods in Redwoods National Park!"   (by some famous ...

Super Trooper, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Super Trooper

A travel blog entry by tim-n-charlene

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Ride, Eat, Sleep, Repeat. Twelve days down. Two to go. We've riden great roads, seen beautiful sights, and enjoyed time with family. Therefore it is with mixed emotions that we anticipate the end of this adventure. In some ways we're anxious to get ...

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

Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by starkwc

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We became aware of two tragedies in National Parks this week.  One day after we visited Yosemite NP three young people fell at a place named Vernal Falls.  Reportedly they went outside the protective boundary for a better look, slipped and ...

Sep 08, 2011, Klamath, United States travel blog

Sep 08, 2011

A travel blog entry by mc_dave

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Traveling South Visiting Old Friends & Family, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Traveling South Visiting Old Friends & Family

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel

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... of six lake and wetland units. The refuges host 400-plus bird species, including the largest concentration of bald eagles in the United States outside of Alaska (up to 800 in winter). The many lakes and marshes of the basin also make for excellent ...

9/8/2013, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

9/8/2013

A travel blog entry by rayhurl

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... the motel at 8:30 for Crater Lake.  The drive was very picturesque with the mountain right at the right hand of the road and Klamath Lake on the left side. The drive took 90 minutes so we were a bit early. We went into the visitor center and got a ...

Day 2 Kimball State Park  Mile 76, Fort Klamath, United States travel blog

Day 2 Kimball State Park Mile 76

A travel blog entry by jeffanddeb

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Got into camp around 4:00 PM Monday night and were surprised to find other campers! We have never seen anyone camped here before- maybe because we come in the late fall or winter? We WERE overweight so very relunctantly began to transfer things to ...

Redwood Forest, Klamath, United States travel blog

Redwood Forest

A travel blog entry by travelwellrj

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Driving my car through a ...

Driving to Hotel - Jun 19, 2008, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Driving to Hotel - Jun 19, 2008

A travel blog entry by ahuver

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Driving from the airport through the woods to find the Running Y ...

Heading south, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Heading south

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank

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... pine trees. The snow was quite deep and we had to be careful, especially Neil. A further 60 miles on we came to Klamath Falls - though it should be called 'Klamath Falls short of excitement on Friday night'. Though the motel was comfy we struggled to ...

California here we come!, Klamath, United States travel blog

California here we come!

A travel blog entry by rosemarys

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... 15 miles or so were flat fields where Easter lilies are grown commercially. Then we headed into the Redwoods. We stopped early at Klamath as campsites seemed to be filling up quickly. Among interesting road names we saw in Oregon today were ...

Klamath Falls, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

Klamath Falls

A travel blog entry by baphometdemon

Klamath Falls is where I was going to school at the time - OIT (Oregon Institute of Technology). I left from my apartment in downtown after moving all of my things to a temporary holder since I wasn't coming back and packing up everything for my trip. ...

Chapter 1, part II, redwood national park, United States travel blog

Chapter 1, part II

A travel blog entry by jrmelando

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arrived at RNP at 3pm PST, got tips from a ranger on a good campground that wasn't too bad a haul, he also pointed me in the direction of a place to get the internets for free, a bike bar called hawk wild. the mazda is currently parked in a spot labeled ...

Gaggle, Skein or Flock ... Which is it?, Klamath Falls Wildlife Refuge, United States travel blog

Gaggle, Skein or Flock ... Which is it?

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel

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... finally improved so we're back to painting the offices … Connie’s tasks for today also includes a trip to the Klamath Falls Visitor Center (downtown) for local printed info … Connie has been tasked with updating the Host Manuals … ...

Birds, Birds and More Birds!, Klamath Falls Wildlife Refuge, United States travel blog

Birds, Birds and More Birds!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel

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... are greatly saddened and our prayers go out to all those who are suffering … The following is a narration of our Klamath Wildlife Refuge Adventure! Rowdy points at a lone China Pheasant Rooster thru the window of the RV … Actually he points ...

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

Crater Lake National Park

A travel blog entry by tessacat

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... We drove the rim drive, 33 miles, it encircles Crater Lake with spectacular views in all directions. Being the deepest lake in the United States at 1,943 ft. The lake is a dark blue colour that changes to vivid light blue at the lakes edges. The are ...

Lichens and Redwoods, Klamath, United States travel blog

Lichens and Redwoods

A travel blog entry by the-expedition

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... and our 3rd Anniversary - our first big trip with the new car trailer and  having a car with us. We stayed right on the Klamath River and saw water birds and seals on the river. We drove up to the Smith River Redwoods and it was very chilly in among ...

First Day Initiation for Rookies on a Road Trip, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

First Day Initiation for Rookies on a Road Trip

A travel blog entry by twhutson3

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This was the first leg of our trip.  We made good time to Klamath Falls and the dogs were very good travelers as they did a lot of sleeping and sitting on our laps.  As we got further north in California, we got into the mountains around Lake ...

June 13, 2013, Klamath Falls, United States travel blog

June 13, 2013

A travel blog entry by kj6bjl

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... for the next couple of days and fuel. Went North on Highway 5 to Mount Shasta. Continued on Highway 97 North to Klamath Falls, Oregon. Stayed at the KOA in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Had dinner chicken stuffed with asparagus and cheese and then a couple of ...

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