BEST WESTERN Olympic Inn
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... is bad enough that I usually use that as a last resort.
Second problem? Mountains. I love me some heights (not), so climbing up a mountain, where 3 feet to your right is a straight drop down is stressful. Look over the edge and you get dizzy from how high up you are.
Last problem? I hope you don't have to pee, because there ain't no bathrooms for miles. The "big" towns ...
... the sun was setting. This was the last place (of all the places i have experienced) that I would want to be at dusk. Luckily the car had no issues and we made it out alive! Never before have I been so happy to be at Walmart.
Tomorrow would only be about a 2.5 hour drive from here (Klamath Falls) until we made it to our destination. WOOOOOOO!
... truck rolls. There are several freight terminals here, trucks poised to serve the freight trains that rumble through. Welcome signs of industry in town, and they offer hope that the loud whistles I heard after 10 last night were from a freight train rather than mine, running late. Those at 4 in the morning were certainly freight. They love their train horns. I'm near 11th street, making for the library on south 3rd. Opening at 1, it'll stay that way till 8, so is a ...
... that we would check back and see them when they all felt better! It’s supposed to be cold tonight ~ 28 degrees! And, we fall back to standard time… And tomorrow we need to install our new water pump on the truck.
Sunday, 3NOV2013 It’s cold! 26 degrees last night… and now a skiff of powder! Connie puts on layers to stay warm … long ...
It was barely a 45 min drive to Crater Lake from Klamath Falls. It is so amazing how beautiful the landscape becomes as you get closer to our National Parks. They pick the best of the best and preserve them, thank goodness!!! Crater Lake was formed only 7700 years ago due to a massive volcanic eruption. There are no water sources flowing in or out of the basin created by the eruption. The lake was formed from years of rain and snow melt. It is the deepest lake in the ...