Mount Bachelor Village Resort
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... br> Crater Lake National Park. This was a pleasant surprise. Crater lake was formed 7,700 years ago when a volcanic eruption of Mount Mazama formed a huge caldera that was slowly filled with rain and snow. It is about 4 to 6 miles across and 1900 feet deep, making it the deepest lake in the US and the 6th deepest in the world. Since there are no streams entering or leaving the lake, it is one of the cleanest and purest waters in the world. Visibility ...
... was an incredible host, actually begging us to stay longer. If only we could stay as long as we liked in every city! We loved our time in Bend, and after a full week we had not even scratched the surface of all that there is to do outdoors, or the many breweries the town has to offer. It certainly gave us a lot to think about in terms of settling down, and we have had a hard time talking about much else since! Thanks for everything Jeff - we loved your town!
... from Las Vegas to the Burns OR area, it was two lane roads all the way, and pretty scenic, but it was very remote; there was often no gas for 100 or 150 miles, and of course no reception or even GPS on my phone. So it was a little disconcerting to be so out of reach. It all worked out fine, but it was a little dicey there about whether I'd make it to Burns --which is the first place for maybe 150 miles that had gas. I arrived with a gallon or ...
... May 1901, the Pilot Butte Development Company's little
plant was the first commercial sawmill in Bend. The original location
was at the rear of the Pilot Butte Inn of later years. Steidl and Reed
also set up a small mill in Bend in 1903. This was on the Deschutes
River just ...
July 13th 2013 – Bend - we're back home – Here is a brief summary of our wonderful trip Paris – As the last stop of our travelling troupe, it was fitting that we would do some of the lighter visits, a more typical tourist route. As such we walk the "Hemingway way", which included two of the apartments he lived in during his time in the city, walked by his favorite restaurants (and most likely his watering ...