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We all were ready, including Ziggy, to take off at 7am but it was 56 degrees in Eureka, CA so we thought we'd let the day warm a little. We finally got on the road at 9am so we stopped in at Redwood Harley Davidson to have my foot pad tightened up. They were great. They stayed open for us the evening before so Anne could buy some new gloves after …
... are not a lot of hotels in this area (a good thing!) so it's great to know there's a place like this so close to Crater Lake.
People say that seeing Crater Lake is like seeing the ocean for the first time. At 7700 feet above sea level, it takes your breath away (in more ways than one). There are plenty of hiking trails, boat tours, etc. but the major activities here are gawking ...
... them when we came across a page that was describing "Crater Lake." This destination certainly took our fancy and it was decided that is where we would be heading.
Lincoln City is a reasonably sized place, but as we have come to learn, you can never take anything for granted. Just as we left our RV Park, in the middle of civilisation we were being farewelled by a couple of the local folk just standing on the side of the road.
We had a six ...
... Its a nice warm day, filled with amazing scenery. I took nearly 100 pictures of the lake, so now i have the hard task of deleting the ones that are just not good enough.
On the way back we stop off at Rogue Gorge to see a fast flowing river carving its way through a gorge. We also have a nice big piece of Pie at Beckies cafe.
Today was one to remember, Crater Lake is unbelievably beautiful. Dont think there are too many places that can top Crater Lake.
... an historic wayside retreat in the Rogue River National Forest. Beckie's is famous for homemade pies, and I finally enjoyed a taste of huckleberries....mmmmm. We will be heading out of Oregon for the California coast and the Redwood forest. There hasn't been an area of Oregon I didn't love, and I'm feeling some regret at having to leave. I'd surely put this state high on the list of places to visit ...