Log Cabin Inn Resort

Address: McKenzie Bridge, Oregon, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in McKenzie Bridge, is near Clear Lake, Terwilliger Hot Springs, and Bigelow Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from McKenzie Bridge

Today's the day...

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Aug 19, 2014

... Oregon incarnation after yesterday's flirting with four miles or so of volcanic flow and scree. There have also been daily afternoon thunderheads with mixed after results, but most staying their distance to viewing only. Only a few days from Government Camp and glad for it. It will be like Christmas for us at the post office. There will be packages from home, ourselves, and Nemo. Then onward toward the Bridge of the Gods, and into ...

Porch Time

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 18, 2013

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... 8217;m sure I’ll put my head on the pillow and immediately fall asleep, we go over our driving route tomorrow and the sites to take in along the way to Crater Lake. I write in my notebook two book ideas that came into my mind at our magic pool today – I’ve got lots of writing to do and I started the photography portion – the themes are “silence” and “questions”.

Nighty ...

Like being on a magic carpet

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 17, 2013

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... more beautiful or which side was better – it was all transcendent. Towards 4:00 PM, we found ourselves near what we’ll call a “beach” of moss and tree roots beside the river and a glacial blue colored waterfall. It can’t possibly get any more beautiful than this. Susan and Stu didn’t want me to write the location of this walk – to keep it private among ourselves. We had to finally leave because Susan and I had to go to the ...

Finding Heaven

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jul 15, 2013

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... Forest tree has become a source of revenue. The discovery that the Pacific yew tree yields taxol, effective against some kinds of cancer, has focused the eyes of the country here. The fact that the yew thrives in the shade of an old growth forest has thrust this species into the middle of debates over the importance of preserving the biodiversity of this ecosystem. From a tourist perspective, this area feels undiscovered and we love ...

Yellowjackets, Skeeters & Leeches, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by laurenbalcken on Aug 14, 2012

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... active -
hope to be that way at 70! No lack of respect for senior citizen
thru-hiking gentlemen. Just wish I saw more Golden Girls!

  • Campground feels like luxury hotel: cold tap water, outhouse, picnic
    table...and OCEANS of huckleberries. Never seen bushes so dense and
    heavy with berries. Can't wait to harvest breakfast!
  • Still feelin' speedy. Hope not to burn out before Bend. So far no 30-miler, but there are still three days of hiking ...