The Oasis Resort
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... RV site with water and electricity.
Like other state parks, this one is staffed by volunteer hosts - her name was Wendy, and she was telling us (Jonathan thought she sounded a bit mad) that she'd been here since May the first, and wasn't finishing up til the end of September. That's five months in the forest!
The nearby lake was a pretty walk of one mile (we nearly forget what that is in kilometres) and there were three ...
... area just a few miles down the road where we were able to view the herd of about 60 Roosevelt elk. Jim checked in on them every day. He also found a few good local places to buy smoked fish and meat. We sure have been eating well while we're on the road! We're planning to head east along the Umpqua River to Prospect which is close to Crater Lake National Park. The weather forecast is perfect for travel and ...
wonderful new ideas and inspiration. It was one such evening in the dark
and rain at somewhere around 7pm I had this harebrained idea – to ride
my bike across the wonderful country of America. Now the reason this
appealed to me was that
1. I haven’t really experienced or seen my own country
2. I’m not totally sure I can complete this mission, adventure, idea, whatever you want to call it.
For some ...
... the #2 purest lake in the world, which by the way, I finally figured out what they mean by purity. Pure, in this respect, means that the lake does not take on enough sediment to support algae, hence the water is clear. That does not mean that the lake is particularly clean which we discovered when we ventured into it – lots of slimy sediment. I was expecting it to be colder than it was, but the Ranger mentioned that he thought there was some thermal stuff going on ...
... well in unison)! Maddie taught them how to sit on the front of the boat, and hold the rope between their legs, and then "bullride" the Class 2 and 3 rapids. On the last Class 3, they got up there and rode together, laughing and screaming the entire way. We also learned how to paddle surf (where you transverse the water and tuck in behind a wave and surf), as well as how to work together as a team. It was GREAT!!! If you ...