Sierra Sky Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Sierra Sky Lodge Cromberg
Travel Blogs from Cromberg
... big, nicely laid out park so there's plenty of room to walk. A two mile long trail follows the east bank of the Rogue River and there's plenty of room along the interior roads to stretch road weary muscles. The park is like any Oregon state park that we have visited- well maintained. Unfortunately the manicured turf in and around the campsites has gone brown due to severe drought conditions but that didn't really detract from the experience.
... did my laundry here. I resupply here. I reacquainted with other hikers I know that I haven't seen for a while. They said that i look like i lost more weight. I feel that i have ever since I started doing 20-25 mile days again. My skinny pants are fitting me loose. Oh well. I will spend the night here and head out tomorrow morning as early as possible. Next town is Belden, 92 miles ...
... with him. I've been bumping into him often on the trail. Last time I saw Dingo and Cosmic Bubbles was in VVR. For the most part, the terrain today was not very spectacular. It is still mostly volcanic and forestry. The hiking was mellow with easy climbs. It was in the 40s this morning. It felt like it got up to the low 80s by mid afternoon. It felt muggy. No rain, tho. I so appreciate the tree canopy shade, making the heat more bearable. Another thing I ...
We arrived in time for lunch with Holly and her boys and then Marilyn and I had a short walk while Lee had his nap. The ranch is always so beautiful with lots of animals to look at and just to be peaceful. We stayed in the cottage which was ...
... night but there was a communal cabin for our food. Inside the cabin were musical instruments, archery kits, basketballs (with a hoop outside) and some great books. I've been reading Bill Bryson's 'In a Sunburned Country' which made me fairly nostalgic. It was a great read and made me realise how little of my own country I have actually seen. I am already planning my next big adventure: a trip around Australia with Lib in an old van.
There was some new lingo ...