Econo Lodge Bend
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... most stores have yet to open yet not a parking place was to be had. Yep, Bend is a busy town.
We took a drive up Cascades Lakes Scenic Highway and spent some time at Elk Lake and Lava Lake. We drove back via highway 40 to complete the loop. Most of the photos are of that drive.
We are spending much of the week here in Bend. We'll then head over the pass to Silver Falls State Park, then to Silverton. From there we will take a meandering path towards the barn.
... followed by dinner at a cute little restaurant called Jacksons, ice-cream in downtown Bend and Goody’s and finishing off the day by heading up to a hill called the Pilot Butte to watch the changing colours of the sky after the sun had set. What a beautiful way to end a fantastic day and our last night in Bend.
We said goodbye to the Berg Family and new friends, hope to see you sometime again in the future if not back in Bend then perhaps in Cape ...
... said, I think I’m okay to sit out on future whitewater trips! After rafting, Husb, Jeff, his friend Stephanie, and I headed to Bentham Falls for a quick picnic lunch. Within minutes of setting up on a cliff overlooking the falls, Jeff explained that someone had died from the very same cliff the previous week after getting too close to the edge. The rapids below are treacherous, and not to be messed with. Within minutes of that story, ...
... Llao Rock (8048 ft), which I think is every bit as dramatic as Half Dome (though I do feel a bit disloyal even thinking that).
After taking the photo of Llao Rock and those wonderful clouds off to the north and east, I turned and saw this vista across the road. Always a sucker for views of evergreens and mountains, I had to get a shot of this, too.
From there, it was a straight shot north ...
... car park at 7am and back onto highway 97 heading south for Cali. Crossed into California pretty soon after departure, quickly past border inspection for fruit etc. We past a lot more farming and forestry and headed into the hills, a single snow tipped mountain lied in the middle. Mt Shasta sat way above anything else. Further south we found a gorgeous blue lake/dam covered with houseboats, you could see the red soil from receded water ...