Cerulean Hotel, a Running Y Property
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... venture forward to the unmanned gate house leave the park fee in an envelope and continue.
At the information board are notices about the fires,the firemen to look out for, and drive carefully, you might see fire on side of rd but keep driving... still plenty of smoke, two cars do an about turn and head back out. We decided to take a risk & go for it.
Driving up to crater lake the smoke was patchy - on the right side ...
When we went, it was cold and cloudy and very windy out, so we didn't get to see the lake in all its splendor, but it was still beautiful, even though it wasn't as colorful as it is on a sunny day.
We got to see some animal-life at Crater Lake. I'm not talking like a bear [Justin is still sad that he didn't see one in Yosemite, but I'm sure he'll enjoy all the bison sightings.] , but we did see a squirrel and random birds.
What an early start to the day. Waking up at 4:50 and leaving at 5:00 is super rough. Anyways, I had a great time at clinicals today, as we followed the ER doctor and got to see him diagnose patients. It helped me connect what we learned in class about seeing what was wrong in the field, and how the ER reacts when these patients come in. We worked from 7:00 am till 3:00 pm. It was about an hour and a half drive there. On the way home, I ...
... ve rebuilt. The centre of town, then, holds places to eat, a couple of beauty parlours, a jeweller's, camera shop and 'Crave' for cakes sit alongside popular meeting spot, Rick's Smokes. For chains, only Subway has bothered. And has a queue. Behind the library is one treasure, a shop selling off old books, cassettes and videos, nothing more than a dollar. Open four hours a day, it is run by volunteers, and visited by the mentally ill, it seems, which may explain why ...
... 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 ...