Vagabond Inn & Suites Klamath Falls
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We didn't give Klamath Falls the attention it probably deserved, but had bigger fish to fry with Crater Lake. It looks like a beautiful place, unfortunately we didnt get in there until around 10:30pm and pushed off first thing in the morning. One thing that was memorable was this marks the day Lance Armstrong's Tour De France legacy ended.
Great things happened today.....
First...New camera. We were at the super Wal-mart at 6:30am and were back on the road at 7 with a working camera. Here was a perfect example of small town friendly people. We had a 10 minute conversation with the "greeter" at the Wal-mart about a bowl she was given at a friend's mother's funeral....yes that …
... Conditions could of been better, but I could see the other rim and wizard island. A great meeting of A.A. @ 7:30 Klamath Falls, Oregon. Thinking and praying for ...
... These things take up space that in the 'normal' (as one of my VA patients would say ‘Normal is a setting on the dryer!’) short trip we wouldn’t have on board. Of course this limits our personal space while traveling. We also picked up our Honda CR110 while here so now we have to figure out how to get it on board too! We are finally packed up and ready to ...
... so we had to endure some local radio. Too much C&W and odd adverts, such as one for hunting ("we have all the ammo you need"). We headed SE, into the Cascade Mountains, through forests of pine, towards Crater Lake. Several police cars overtook us but I was being a good boy, staying under the too-slow 65mph. As we climbed higher the gauge dropped and we saw more and more ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services