Five Pine Lodge & Spa

1021 Desperado Trail, Sisters, Oregon, 97759, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1021 Desperado Trail, Sisters, is near Black Butte Ranch Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Sisters

    Day 20

    A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jul 06, 2014

    14 photos

    ... store and rode west out of town to our campsite, which turned out to be at about 6500 feet and was surrounded by snow. We made the initial mistake of choosing a campground near a lake, but after getting swarmed by mosquito’s quickly changed that plan and found another site back up the road. As the temperature dropped, we ate our dinner at around 9:30 and were in our tent by 10:00.

    Kudo’s to Cole again for laying out a great ...

    Winding Down to Bend, OR

    A travel blog entry by fransando on Sep 26, 2012

    3 comments, 67 photos

    ... for Los Angeles around Oct. 21-22 (12 hour drive)! I am so excited to see them, meet Jenny's family and prep for the wedding. I am so blessed to have all these memorable times happening! Life is sooooo good!

    The next pictures you see will not be of animals, landscape and will be of our family, especially Vivi.....until then, bye!


    Fran & Rich

    He Came Back Sunburned and Limping

    A travel blog entry by turutia on Sep 21, 2011

    5 photos

    ... Lots of fun stuff to look at and maybe long for like French white custard cups, and a decent wine from New Zealand. Leaving the grocery store put me on the path to Nancy P's bakery, this small converted house is literally hidden behind some bushes and is known to locals and those out-of-towners that come with locals. And based on my random sampling of one item, the pumpkin pie, it is a real keeper. I have really missed ...

    International Horseback Archery

    A travel blog entry by havervwilltravl on Oct 03, 2010

    117 photos

    ... like rabbits, but obviously as open space decreased and technology improved, it largely went by the wayside. (Archery continued to be used in some tribal warfare against other tribes and white settlers, but that purpose seems to be a bit more sporadic, thanks goodness! For another example of Indian war arts, watch the spear ...

    Old Mill District

    A travel blog entry by havervwilltravl on Sep 20, 2010

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... from start to finish. Possibly the most interesting tidbit was that one of the mills actually stayed in business until 1993, so it's only relatively recently that this area retired from the logging industry ...