Silverton Inn And Suites
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... the town and the post office were renamed Mt. Angel.
We love to visit the Abbey. Sitting high on a butte the views are 360 degrees. On clear days Mt. Hood can be seen to the north. In between and everywhere else is farmland. The views can be breathtaking. The hillside on Abbey grounds are surrounded by pasture and forest. Stations Of The Cross are placed along a path extending from the top of the hill to the street below.
We came to observe Lauds, The ...
... came from hug the center line, and I am anticipating some knucklehead flinging open his door without looking. From Sisters the road heads into the forest of big ponderosa pines. We pass the turnoff to one of our favorite places, Camp Sherman and the headwaters of the Metolius River.
We have been over 5800' Santiam Pass before with our 2002 GMC Sierra, 8.1L gasser as our tow vehicle. She did fine but grunted a bit as we reached the summit. Our new ...
... to me...until we got to the last bit which was the worst hill of the ride back up to the garden.
Once we made it to the event building, we decided to put our bikes in the racks rather than on the car....mostly to avoid trudging back up the hill twice. The lunch was lovely - especially the asparagus and orzo salad. The Hopworks beer was nice too. And they had carrot cake. In addition, they had a nice blues band that played while ...
... west from Prineville over the Cascades through a driving rainstorm. The mountains were socked in so no good photos.
North falls from overlookOvernight we move from camping in deserts for past 8 months to camping in a rain forest. ...
... and travel to Crater Lake. Enjoy a two hour tour around the Rim Drive of the lake with several stops at specific areas of interest. The tour includes a National Park interpreter/guide that will provide information about the unique features of Oregon's only National Park. After visiting the park, we depart for Roseburg ...