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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 …
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Just another lazy, wonderful day seeing the "small stuff" along our journeys.
Tomorrow, we head up to visit some friends outside of Eugene and Portland, then up the Columbia River to Kennewick, Washington. See you there!
Steve and Kim
... lake, and driving around the Rim Drive looking for all the different angles for gawking at the lake.
Crater Lake was formed by the eruption of Mt. Mazama, which was originally around 12,000 ft. high. The lake has no rivers coming in, so the water comes only from snowfall--about 44 feet in an average year! This is why the water remains so pure and clear.
Knowing about ...
... br> As we climb higher patches of snow begin to appear. Left over from an extremely severe winter it makes a picture of splendour for people like us who rarely see it back home. Cumulus clouds seemed to come down from the skies framing the roadway ahead.
Early in our adventure, Tom and Glestelle were over the moon when there was a dusting of snow at one of our overnight stops. When they cast their peepers on the amount of snow we were seeing they ...
... and Natural Bridge areas. The powerful water running through the gorge was clear and cold. The river actually flows under the volcanic rock through a lava tube, or natural bridge, and disappears under the rock to the tube's outlet at the Natural Bridge area. Caves and potholes were gouged out of the riverbed by the power of water on the rocks. The smell of the fir trees permeated the trails. If only ...