Paulina Lake Lodge

Address: 22440 Paulina Lake Rd, La Pine, Oregon, 97739, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 22440 Paulina Lake Rd, La Pine, is near East Lake.
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      Big Red, LaPine State Park, and our bike ride

      A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on May 29, 2014

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      ... Memorial Viewpoint, another beautiful site of the Deschutes River. Another peaceful area!

      We hiked 4.5 miles today.

      We returned to the condo, changed clothes, and then rented bicycles at the Sunriver Resort. We rode probably six miles through residential areas, grasses, tunnels, golf course, lodge's grounds, pastures, marina, airport.


      A lake, in a crater... Crater Lake!!

      A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 09, 2013

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      ... the emphasis on sport with the addition of SUPER! And Oh my word, did I enjoy it!!? Oh yeah!

      It took me a little time to get used to the power but by the time we reached Crater Lake I was beginning to get to grips with this bike. This is a bike you wouldn't trust to look after your first born but definitely one that would show you how to have a good time. Realising that 70mph in 2nd gear is not only possible, but preferable, ...

      A day of two halves.

      A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... pets. Having been trained to expect food at a certain time each day and having been declawed, a barbaric practice where the distal phalanges of the paws are removed to prevent an animal scratching. In humans the closest equivalent would be having toes and fingers removed. With this disability, inflicted by a person the animal would likely have trusted, these animals are unable to survive in the wild through being unable to hunt.

      Further animals at the museum include ...

      Bikes and Beer... again

      A travel blog entry by kayjayjay on Jul 06, 2013

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      ... of my Z750s but also how much my confidence around bikes has increased since passing my bike test. I remember a time, not that long ago, when had I been expected to pull into, or out of, such a high profile parking space I would have frozen or been certain that I was going to do something silly... stall, drop the bike, stall, run soembody over, drop the bike... you get the picture? Well I didn't... and what's more I had no belief that I would.


      Dogs Do Roll

      A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Aug 08, 2012

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      ... rocky and there was no good place to put the tent. We argued about it for about 10 minutes, and finally agreed that we needed a different site. We drove back and decided on a site that was not on the lakeside, but had a perfect view, and no one else or RV’s blocking it. We set up the tent, without the rainfly, and the rest of camp.

      As the sun was sinking lower in the sky it was time to figure out what to do for dinner. We had the large trout that Gabe caught ...