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After Dairy Queen, we went to Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake used to be a volcano, but the volcano erupted and blew up, at which point the mountain collapsed, and over time, it filled with rain and snow. Apparently, since the volcano is only sleeping at not extinct, it could erupt again in the future. As of right now, it’s absolutely one of the most beautiful things to see. When we first approached it, we were in awe at ...
... be as safe as possible while still moving across the map.
Every day starts as a mystery. I don't know the roads ahead or the hills, the winds or where those elusive water stops may be found. I rely heavily on the word of the locals or the helpful traveling stranger. They somehow appear when I need them most. That word has been my real road map many times before. I believe in it as it has always kept me safe.
... we are staying 4 nights. You know who, the birder, is pleased.This 70 miles of gravel road was rather dustyThe bad news is we discovered dust in all compartments and ...
... times to see the males in their plumage so we were here at the right time.BobolinkAnother treat was to witness a pair ...
Decided to add to our bird count - so came to Malheur Bird Refuge (60 miles outside Burns). We were here in 1985 with Mike and Merryjand Fiona (then Erin) - pre-kids (Kristina and Erik) and camped at Page Campground ... and then in 1990 with a whole bunch of us (including Marc ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed