TownePlace Suites Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... picked back up in a vast and visually stunning lava field of grandiose size. We are also camped tonight no more than three miles from PCT mile 2000, a mighty satisfying marker for us all. Thank you for bearing with us for this long. The end reigns neigh, the most bittersweet arrival of my life. How excited I am to finish, but how I dread relinquishing this most cherished of lifestyles. We will have to leave the wilderness but the wilderness won't leave ...
... thing about being 62+. Just $10, it gives free access to lands managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation for the lifetime of the owner. Is that cool or what?
All visitors to the caves are required to stop at the Visitor Center to be screened for white-nose syndrome (WNS). Despite calling up ...
... It was a 20 minute trip to the falls and a 4 mile R/T hike. After artriving I stripped down to a few layers for the hike. After fast walking the trail about a mile, I was down to a T-Shirt.
The Gallery photo and my photos from Tumalo can be viewed in this entry. The professional photographers photo may be enhanced and the moss color and density may vary year to year. I'm pretty sure this was the place. Didnt matter, what a beautiful place!
... a few days in town, there were no spaces available in the state parks or RV campgrounds. I was told by some of the locals that three campgrounds had been sold to build shopping centers and homes, but due to funding none were built. This has left the city having less spaces for RV'er like us. In order to stay longer you have to plan in advance, which you know I do not like to do!
Since we only had a short time we spend a day at The High Desert ...
... 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 ...