Cedar Lodge Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We woke up and ate a warm continental breakfast. Packed and payed then left. We drove for 2 1/2 hours till we got to Redding and got some Chipotle and gas. We probably spent 15 bucks on chipotle. Then we continued for 3 1/2 hours till we got back home. ...
Crater Lake is highly captivating. Impossible to take a bad photograph, I was working on a great photograph at one of the overlooks when a bird flew into a nearby tree. Hurriedly, I took a few photos, expecting him to move on quickly. (Up to this point, the only wildlife we saw were the chubby little chipmunks checking to see if we had food. One little beggar went as far as to put his front paws up on my mom's leg while she was seated on a bench. They were ...
... all taken workshops from John Paul Caponigro. Both of us have been active participants in the on-line forum. For the longest time, I enjoyed reading her insights about other’s images. I was totally intimidated by her series of dancers under water. I admired her photographic and Photoshop technical skills – yes – but even more - she impressed me so much with her vision - how she creates composites of multiple images into one – and how ...
... themselves enjoy camping, usually in an RV, and stay on the site for free for the season in exchange for looking after day to day running of the site, collecting fees etc. It was bitterly cold there at night and we were also much aware of the “Beware of Bears” warning signs and the need to securely lock up any foodstuff or items with a strong odour (even soap and toothpaste!) which can and will attract inquisitive Black Bears. They are quite capable of smashing their ...
... beach began to resemble a playground for the kids and us to explore. Before we knew it, the sun had completely broken through, the kids were playing and building log bridges on the edge of a tidal lagoon where he had encamped, and Tim was returning to Odie to get water, beer, bags for driftwood firewood and sun hats. The kids managed to push into the deep water of the lagoon a large tree trunk that was large enough to pole around and serve as a raft. Despite ...