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... the sea lions. The bars on the viewing area were spaced fae enough apart to make picture taking easy.
Sea Lion Caves was at the northern part of Florence, at the southern end of Florence are the Oregon Sand Dunes. I had read about the sand dunes while planning the trip, and when I was getting the motorcycle serviced in The Dalles, the service manager strongly suggested that I rent and ATV and check it out. We were a little leery of renting an ...
... brown bears and another of black bears, both of which had pens to keep them from the other animals.
In the Asian section we saw Nilgai, an animal native to India and believed to be related to the sacred cow. There were White Naped Cranes, Sika Deer from Japan, Rheas, which look similar to an Emu and White Fallow Deer. The Deer came right up to the car window looking for food. There were Tibetian Yak and Blackbuck Antelope. ...
... br> When we arrived at the campground, we discovered we were the only two campers there for this time of year. We picked adjoining sites and were quickly set up and enjoying the mountain solitude and the bird serenade from the surrounding trees.
We stayed at the camp site for dinner and enjoyed BBQ Ribs and salad for dinner. A fun game of dominos followed to round out the evening. ...
Visited Marathon RV company and had a private tour of the facilities. They make RV conversions for Prevost buses, and are very very high end--2 million ++. It was very interesting but we did not place an order as yet!! Camped on beautiful Umpqua River and I mean on ...
... at the southern end of the Cascade Range in Siskiyou County, California. At 14,179 feet (4,322 m, it is the second highest peak in the Cascades and the 5th in California.
Mount Shasta has an estimated volume of 85 cubic miles (350 km3) which makes it the most voluminous stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic ...