River Run Lodge
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... was warmer than usual. It is a volcano under there after all.
The North Waldo Campground, overseen by the National Forestry Service, sits on the edge of the lake – you can imagine how great the view is – definitely the best view so far from our campsite! The landscape is completed by some pretty awesome conifers that sport Lorax (think Suess) style mossy mustaches. A million dollar view for only $10 a night.
After Waldo we set out in ...
... this is the place to be as there are five rivers you can raft on, all of varying levels of difficulty!
On the drive toward Bend, I found it fascinating that we were in the high desert but could look off in the distance and see a number of mountains with snow. We were able to see Mt. Hood, the Three Sisters and a couple other mountains. On an interesting side note, we've now seen two sets of Three Sisters, these here ...
... the legal system, the litigation culture, healthcare, and social services, but these apart they are really top people. Both Janet and I like them very much, and have been charmed by their openness and hospitality. An extremely unusual statistic however is that we have yet to meet an American who voted for George W Bush.
If San Francisco was not exactly riveting then the coast of Northern California certainly was. There is a highway that runs right along the ...
... 44 feet of snow this year. Only one area was open, which was called Discovery Point. It was too big to take with one photo. You can see Wizard Island in the photo, which is a volcano that is asleep. We then continued on to our hotel in The Dalles which is right on the Columbia Gorge, on the Oregon ...
... with young Jack Nicholson, and we were there.
We knew that we drove quite up, and it should be pretty cold. But, oh dear that was really cold! And windy. Well, 6000 feet are high even in meters :)
But finally, we made it.
Wow, what a lodge.