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... the view, and critiqued two girls doing a funky dance video that was not as exciting as if Melissa and I were dancing the same moves. We traveled down the terrain and headed to the lodge. Crater Lake Lodge is something out of the movies with history, style, probably a few ghosts, and no shower. There is a bath tub instead. Tomorrow's shower in the bath tub should be interesting. If I could figure out how to blurb myself I would GoPro it but ...
We stopped at the visitors center and spoke to a ranger. He gave us some good info on what to do until the road opened back up.
The ranger had us park at a picnic spot and hike about a mile up the trail to a spot that overlooks the lake.
We stopped at the cafe and bought some drinks and food and got back on the bike to the picnic spot. We put all our stuff in my day pack and headed up the mountain.
It was a heart pounding hike, but well ...
... along it for about an hour. We stopped for the night in The Dalles at a hotel right on the river, from which we could see the Dalles dam, the Dalles bridge across the river to Washington, and a distant view of Mount Hood.
On Monday morning we drove south on State Road 197 and wound in and out of high desert hills. We arrived at the north entrance to Crater Lake National Park in the middle of the afternoon, drove up to the 32-mile long Rim Road, and drove ...
... stunning “Ruby Beach” with rocks, enormous drift wood logs and a
lots doggies for Pickles!
The coastal highway is a bit of con, despite a beautiful road with magnificent forest on each
side the sea views are almost always been obstructed by the trees!
The only way to see these famous deserted sandy beaches is to drop on
the beach which we did and drove 'daytona beach style” minus the
We had a little bit of ...
... area, and the wind was continuing. We now were seeing the rocky coast and when we stopped for the night at a Nehalem Bay - a very big State park camping ground we walked the beach in the wind and discovered that the wind was such that it formed big sand waves on the beach. I also tested the water to discover why there were not people playing in it. It was cold and it was summer! Too cold for me to swim, explaining why so many of the ...