Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a private seating area (empty lecture hall) upstairs looking out the window at the crater. I climbed the trail to the Lookout Tower for incredible views. A mile hike up a steep trail is very challenging at this elevation. A nice couple from Italy offered to take my ...
... the most important supply: duct tape. During setup of the tent, we managed to splinter/crack one of the fiberglass sections of the tent pole. While it held up, it might not be able to hold up again without some repairs.
The campsite admins gave us a warning about a type of fly that they have in the area called a Midge Fly. It looks like a mosquito and was apparently in season there. ...
... a view looking back! For the next couple of hours we drove at approximately 5000 feet. Small areas of the high plains were irrigated to give feed for the cattle Eagle Lake was partially dry. We seemed to drive for miles through different sections of the Modoc Forest and the road was straight for miles and miles ahead. Not too much traffic. After a town named Adin we dropped down into a bigger valley and there ...
Today we travelled another 400 km South. We ventured off the I5 and followed a scenic route through the Willamette Forest. Unfortunately, the weather was such that we could not see too far with rain and fog. But we did see a beautiful, old covered wooden bridge along the way. ...
... that we would check back and see them when they all felt better! It’s supposed to be cold tonight ~ 28 degrees! And, we fall back to standard time… And tomorrow we need to install our new water pump on the truck.
Sunday, 3NOV2013 It’s cold! 26 degrees last night… and now a skiff of powder! Connie puts on layers to stay warm … long ...