Crater Lake Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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The first day at the airport was irritating and very disappointing but after having spent a couple days over there, I started to feel like USA has the symbol of intimacy between me and our family members.
... or so, when we have electricity. It sounds ridiculous, I know, but I like to keep things neat and don’t like stepping on small rocks, pine needles, leaves, mud, etc. You’d be AMAZED at how much of the outdoors comes in when you’re constantly in & out. The kids and I are great at taking off our shoes EVERY time we enter the RV… Rees is still being coached. ...
... but now the emphasis was on skiing and mountain biking, and was luckily avoiding the fires. On to Redmond, then Crooked River with its abrupt gorge that cuts the land in two and impressive bridges crossing it. We camped at the Cove Palisades State Park just north of the gorge system. We missed seeing the sunset that night due to smoke but we did get to see the glow of the fires ravaging the "Warm Lake" area.
... climb over lava to get to a trail. The trail was steep and narrow, consisting of rocks and sand. You had to be careful. Some kids climbed the caldera. Causing rocks to fall. Not smart. We continued up and in about an hour made it all the way up. We had a magnificent view and the water is so unbelievable blue. It is like it isn't real. Hard to grasp it in words. Loved it. We spent some time on top of the caldera and walked down slowly. We sat on the boat dock in the sun to ...
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After the movie, took some selfie's by the lake with our selfie stick. Ben is not a fan of the selfie stick. It is growing on me. Then we drove to Cleetwood Cove Trail. We hiked down to the lake and put our feet in the water - really cold and so clear!. The hike was dusty, hot and steep on the climb back up. ...