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I couldn't believe my friend and frequent travel companion Maggie had been all over the world and never seen Crater Lake. So when we discovered a Road Scholar tour that took in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, I knew we would have to detour to America's deepest, clearest, and bluest lake. Eventually we worked out a zigzag route that took …
After driving back with my folks from California we side tracked to crater lake national park. Most of the park is closed this time of year however we stopped off and the south visitors center and then headed up to the rim village. I was surprised to find that after about 30 minutes I had taken all the pictures I could and was ready to go. Mom was …
... it was as we came
around a sweeping bend, the blue Pacific lapping the golden sand on the west
thinking to myself, these same waters are now washing ashore on the east coast
of Australia. Such a huge expanse of
Seattle we were heading south and had chosen the route that follows Highway
101, known in this neck of the woods at the "Pacific Coast Scenic Byway" and
scenic byway ...
... brightly so not milky way tonight.
This morning we drive to Crater Lake National Park. Its a lovely drive through the forests along the highway. Now i have wanted to see crater lake for some time now, because the pictures i have seen look amazing. So as we make our way to the crater rim drive, we stop at the first lookout and i am stuck for words. It would have to be the most magical place i have ever visited. The colour of the water ...
... with moss growing thick on every rock and log within the stream below. We headed back to camp to call it a night.
The following day, we had some bigger hikes planned, including Mount Scott and Cleetwood Cove. These hikes were considered strenuous according to the park guide but the rewards provided by the views and aching legs were well worth it. We are slowly getting back into our practice of hiking a minimum of six to eight miles per ...