Jo'S Motel And Campground
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... 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 ...
... I had to share because it made me laugh out loud...so indulge me a second here: Apparently the Earl of Oxford, when bowing to Queen Elizabeth I, (way back in 1560-something or other), accidentally ‘passed wind’…obviously being totally mortified by doing this in front of her majesty the Earl proceeded to avoid the royal court for 7 years following this. When he finally plucked up the courage and decided to return to court it ...
... the lake is 1949 feet the caldera is 3900 (since eruption, material has fallen into the caldera from the walls, and from new volcanic activity inside). Since the east rim road was not open we were not able to see the Pinnacles and the phantom ship.
We left there and in wondering home decided to stop by the Rogue River and have a snack. We went to the Park down the road and walked the path that they set up for viewing the area as it ...
... The snow was above the cars, and the North Entrance was closed. Oh, no!. That would mean we would have to drive around the park and come up through the South Entrance. It was already a 1 hr 45 minute drive. This would add to our time. Luckily for us, the snow was melting, and the North Entrance opened a few days before we arrived in Oregon. However, only the west side was open, the ...
... way to see the lake up close. It’s only run for a limited time during the summer and I’m so happy we managed to get in on the last day it was offered in 2013. Ranger Mike had told us that the waters of Crater Lake are so pure and clean, we could drink the water untreated. Since I was running low on water and the hike back up would be strenuous, I stopped to fill my water bottles before leaving the dock. The cold lake ...