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Travel Blogs from Lakeview
... the Pacific. We camped for 2 nights near the Rogue...took walks on several beaches, built lean-tos with driftwood, feasted on local beef steaks and fresh corn roasted over our campfire. We left the coast this AM. Followed the Rogue River all day, all the way to Crater Lake. Met a 70's year old cattle rancher by a waterfall on the upper Rogue, near Prospect. He and his wife rock climb and raft to relax. They told us that the huge boulders we ...
... had arrived. 11 o'clock! I had to say hello. Ok they were in their mid twenties but they said they were averaging 300 miles a day and camping most nights and had followed every inch of the trail. They had started today at 7am.
Blane had come off two days ago badly and thinks he has broken his foot but has been unable to take his right boot off since, so isn't sure.
Jeez, I really feel like a fraud, having missed so much of it, staying in motels and moaning ...
... spa motel with natural pool.
Jim and Pixie, the owners, were very impressed about our ride and they got all the maps out to show their daughter Chloe. There is an annual hang gliding competition to land on a target on the motel grounds this evening but even with al this going on I am the star guess from London.
I am going to chill and stay another day and have a hike into the hills.
I just roam through town
And though my windows got a view
The frame I'm looking through
Seems to have no concern for me now
So for now
I need this here
Old train to breakdown
Oh please just
Let me please breakdown"
Jack Johnson plays on...
I have no pictures of this place. It is my secret. Some of you have shared it with me.
... was no traffic---at all. After passing miles and miles of wheat and feed corn fields, we entered another interesting geological feature of Oregon. Smack in the middle of the state, a rift happened a long time ago which left the highest sheer cliff (1/2 mile high) and a very long salt lake below it. I'm used to driving long distances by now, but this seemed particularly long. When we finally reached a ...