Five Pine Lodge & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We headed South to the Ski resort of Sisters - hitting the end of a festival weekend as it happened. It is a lovely little Western Town, named for the three mountains (all over 10,000ft) called The Sisters. It was a lovely sunny day so we strolled down the main street (with a shop settling antler chandeliers), checked out the craft market and had …
... jam-packed, but is a real gem. It's filled with towering Douglas Fir trees which give just enough shade to keep it comfortable. It's been in the mid-eighties most days with no rain of late. We originally found the wrong RV park, but Lynn asked a Sheriff's Deputy for some help. He asked her to wait while he drove the distance to this City Park and came back promptly. He ...
... bend and another 21 Miles to Sisters and the Ponderosa Lodge.
We checked in with the rest of the crew who have arrived at Shady Cove on the Rogue River (fitting huh) we will link up with them tomorrow at about midday.
Had a great dinner with Bob and Vicky, and will visit their camp in the morning before heading into Bend and Wildhorse Harley ...
... Connie shared her photography and card making using her photos . . . Jim & Charlie shared mechanical skills and told stories, even had a men's coffee morning! We shared recipes, patterns, photos, and more stories. One story we both have in common that Connie calls the "Lucy Moment" was when both couples had an occasion switching the electric blanket controls! What a hoot! Laughed until we cried!
... east of the Cascade Range. This "desert" is different than deserts in the southwest as pine trees are prevalent from Klamath Falls to Bend. Once north of Bend it gets dryer and the landscape is predominantly brush and juniper.
Bend is one of our favorite towns to visit. Downtown retains its turn of the last century charm; the streets are lined with hanging baskets of brightly colored flowers. The Deschutes River runs through it. Bend has done a great job of keeping ...