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... be together in thoughts and prayers.
We thank you for the opportunity to leave the busyness of our daily lives to spend more time with you and each other. We pray for safety on our journey for ourselves and for the other pilgrims. As we camp each night, let us experience wonder and awe in your great creation. As we rely on the hospitality of others, let us know the generosity that you bestow on all of us. And as ...
... 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 ...
... Arizona girl, so I basked in the 80F weather on the "beach." Once they dried off, we headed out to see the Lava Cast Forest in the Lava National Monument area. We were quite sure what to expect, but to say we were astounded is an understatement. Nearly 7,000 years ago, a large volcano blew and a sea of lava went meandering its way down through the existing mountains. Just like water, lava is lazy and takes the path of least resistance as it ...
... and moves around Crater Lake. It has been observed in the lake since 1896. It moves around the lake, up to 4 miles a day. They think it was hemlock. Then we moved on to the northwest end of the lake. Seeing the peak called LoHa and the Devils Backbone which is remenants of a natural dyke in the crater. We than moved on at passed through the channel between the edge of the lake and Wizard Island. Wizard Island is seperate ...
... some beaver furs near the river when working for the North West Company (NWC) on the expedition of Donald Mackenzie. The furs were (reputedly) discovered and stolen by the Indians; yet another story says they were unsuccessful in finding furs and were attacked by Indians. Pick your legend; unfortunate, either way. Peter Skene Ogden wrote about it in 1826, calling it the “River au Malheur” or “unfortunate river.” The HBC and NWC ...
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