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... where we watched a movie.
Some facts: 6 miles across at maximum
The lake was created when Mt. Mazuma erupted 7,700 years ago. The top of the mountain imploded from the build up of gasses and magma. The summit dropped down to the bottom and formed a crater. The area gets an average of 44 feet of snow/year. Over the years the ...
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Just another lazy, wonderful day seeing the "small stuff" along our journeys.
Tomorrow, we head up to visit some friends outside of Eugene and Portland, then up the Columbia River to Kennewick, Washington. See you there!
Steve and Kim
... 8 kilometres). It is 1,943 feet deep at it deepest point (603 metres) and holds a whopping 4.9 trillion gallons of water, (that's around 19 trillion litres).
I had to look up the words awesome, magnificent and inspiring in my dictionary to complete this chapter and next to each of these words were pictures of Crater Lake.
Here I go again with some of my ramblings but I will try to describe how our visit went.
On the drive to ...
... a new beauty of nature for the first time.
Fox had forgotten that America is also very awe-inspiring.
Cumin, Fox, and Mouse hiked down to the lake and dallied about its shore. The sky was blue, the water clear as could be, and the breeze soothed Cumin to sleep.
... saving the other half for our lunch tomorrow on Wizard Island. The lady at the motel we were staying at warned us that the Crater Lake area in general has limited options for buying food and of course there’s nothing besides a dock, boat house, and pit toilets on the island itself. So the second halves of our sandwiches would make a nice lunch. Continuing on through the forest, we made the stop ...