Travel Blogs from Chemult
... before we were greeted by our new neighbors - a herd of cows! We really are out in the boonies!
The drive was through beautiful forests, sometimes almost coming together over our heads - the trees were so tall. We drove into the Crater Lake National Park and checked in with the Ranger at the gate. When you are on vacation and don't watch much TV, the days seem to run together, so when we ...
... It was created it of a volcanic eruption , 7000 years or so ago. Mount Mazuma erupted and left a caldera. It became a National Park in the late 1800s. Fish were introduced, but there is so little for them to eat, that they may die out altogether, as the lake has no natural vegetation or organisms. It is basically a perfect stone bowl , the bottom made of pumice stone. 44 feet of snow fall every ...
... volcano Mazama had a huge eruption and the entire top of the volcano caved in creating a caldera. The geologists estimate that the eruption and collapse occurred all within 10 to 12 days and killed everything within miles. The water from rain and and snow then proceeded to fill in the caldera with some of the purest water on earth. Crater Lake was made into a National Park in 1902 by Theodore ...
... relocated to the museum depicting the different sorts – doctors, fur trader etc. of years gone by.
Sunday, 1 September beautiful weather – clear blue sky days, once more.
Greg, Mark and I did the Crater lake boat tour down in the lake today so got under way at 9:00am and headed up to the lake from the RV park. We had a mile walk down to the boat ramp, that was okay, but the return walk back up ...
... up. We were prepared to tough it out in the woods if we had to, and figured we had about a months supply of food before we really were in trouble.
The rest of the stretch was long but pretty uneventful. We made it up into Washington State and Idaho, both of which were beautiful. We stopped for the night about 90 miles from Bozeman so that we could start our housing search and greet our new city fresh the next morning.
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