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... is also incredibly deep - nearly 2000 feet at its deepest - the deepest in the US (9th deepest in the world). We drove the 54 mile rim road, which mostly hugs the edge with fantastic views of volcanic features. The most outstanding part of the visit though was the two hour boat trip we did around the lake with a geologist explaining the various features. It was fascinating and afforded the best views of the Lake and Ranger Tim was an excellent guide.
The Crater ...
... us a "Police Escort" to the office. It's a nice way to make folks feel at home, eh?
Tomorrow we'll do some grocery shopping and check out a few RVs we've been looking at online, in Junction City Oregon. It's fun to shop without any serious intent to buy...
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Beautiful spot on Suttle Lake. We stayed at a federal campground which was not as good as the state parks. We didn't see the camp host until late into the evening and by then had to find our own firewood. No washrooms, only outhouses which were very smelly. The actual location was nice as the lake was beautiful and had a great trail around it, which took us about an hour to hike. The weather was great, very ...
... Marilyn are leaving early tomorrow morning heading for Salem then on to Seaside. We will miss their company but know that we are a phone call and/or e-mail away! Happy Trails to you Charlie & Marilyn!
Mickie and Randy called us tonight. We plan to get together Tuesday . . . We went to OTI with them way back in the '60s . . . It is Megan their daughter that we attended her wedding. More about that later.
... open to everyone. Many parks line its banks; combination walks and bike paths paralleling those same river banks run for miles. This is a city that caters to those who love Mother Nature. We are staying at the Scandia RV Park, located conveniently near downtown.
Tomorrow we travel approximately 200 miles. The route will take us through Redmond, Prineville, Mitchell, The John Day Fossil Beds, Dayville, Mt. Vernon and ultimately to the little burg of John Day.