Dawson House Lodge
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- Pets allowed
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We woke up a little earlier than usual this morning as we had a fairly lengthy drive ahead. After some free breaky at our roadside motel we headed off on our first driving stint of 3hrs to Crater Lake.
Crater Lake is Oregon’s only National Park and although slightly off our track I thought it would definitely be worth the short visit.
Like the last few days, the morning was extremely foggy and a tad chilly but it was due to clear ...
... area related topics. He was quite surprised with how good his business was and of course we were curious. The restaurant sits right on US Route 26, an east/west two lane winding road that begins in Nebraska and ends close to Seaside, Oregon on the Pacific Ocean closely following the mid 1800's Oregon Trail. In the last few years it has become a favorite route for both bicycles and motorcycles and they travel through by the thousands. Add these to ...
We woke up bright and early to make our drive from the redwoods to Crater Lake National Park. As Erik mentioned in the last post, we visited this area of the country ten years ago while we were in college. Neither of us realized it had been a full ten years until recently, but the last time we were at Crater Lake was in May of 2004. At that point, we had no idea what we were getting into and were only able to check out the first lookout point in the ...
... Lakes Hwy. got on Hwy. 58 and did a small climb up the Willamette Pass, then we cruised down the mountain for ~25 miles much of it over 30 mph! We got to zoom through a cool tunnel and it just kept going down. The only thing that took the smile off of my face was the thought of how close we came to having to climb up that pass from that side! God was really looking out for us on that one. We ...
... We are hearing more. Smelling more. Experiencing more. Unhindered by the constant call to take this picture and that, we are allowed the opportunity to simply enjoy our hike. This doesn't mean I am done recording our adventure and sharing with you. It just isn't as demanding of a priority for our homestretch. I want to make sure we are remaining in the ...