Imperial River Co.
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They never tell you how much reflection time you’ll get when you’re done
with school. They never tell you how lonely and boring it is to be done
with school, to not have to be somewhere at every second of the day,
constantly going to class, doing homework, having social hour, working
out, trying new things. They never say how depressingly lonely and real
the “real” world is.
Well, fortunately for me, with boredom ...
Technically the Columbia River Gorge eastern edge stops at the Deschutes River where we are camping. At least that is what the sign says.
In reality it changes form. Widens out. flattens a little and is very, very brown. Late in evening and early in the morning, the sunlight hits the grass and you think you are ...
... will leave a few things in storage until next year, like heavy cold weather boots and some of my tripod stuff which I can do without.
Now almost everything fits. A couple long poles, will need to go into the ...
... through the Cascade Range forming the boundary between the State of Washington to the north and Oregon to the south. Spectacular..... More of it tomorrow.
The Columbia River Gorge began forming as far back as the Miocene, (roughly 17 to 12 million years ...
After spending time at the celebrated Queen of Caldera’s – Crater Lake National Park – you’d think it would be pretty difficult to be wowed by another volcano-blown-its-top-off. Or at least that’s what I thought until we found our way to pretty and peaceful Waldo Lake. What a delight!
Not as grand as Crater Lake, but infinitely more approachable, Waldo Lake is the second largest lake in Oregon and considered ...