Jo'S Motel And Campground
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... of the water is. Will used it on a field trip (well they all did, but Will just did the Pacific Marine field trip, so he remembers it). Puget Sound has a clarity of about 12 feet and the record at Crater Lake is 143 feet.
Favorite part of the movie seems to be the subtitles for sound effects such as...
... he named the "Deep Blue Lake." The lake was renamed at least three times, as Blue Lake, Lake Majesty, and finally Crater Lake.
Mount Mazama, part of the Cascade Range volcanic arc, was built up mostly of andesite, dacite, and rhyodacite over a period of at least 400,000 years. The caldera was created in
... br> As we climb higher patches of snow begin to appear. Left over from an extremely severe winter it makes a picture of splendour for people like us who rarely see it back home. Cumulus clouds seemed to come down from the skies framing the roadway ahead.
Early in our adventure, Tom and Glestelle were over the moon when there was a dusting of snow at one of our overnight stops. When they cast their peepers on the amount of snow we were seeing they ...
... we climbed the thicker the snow drifts became. Snow ploughs do an incredible job of keeping the southern entrance to the park open year round despite the challenge of 15ft or more of snowfall over the winter months. Most park services are also closed at this time of year which is hardly surprising when you arrive to find many of the buildings still deep in snow up to second story windows. Summer pic-nic benches and rubbish bins can also be seen peeking out from ...
... worth the stop and $5 parking fee. It was a very short hike on a paved trail from the parking area to main viewing area. When we first got there, I looked around and didn’t see it at first. Then I got past some rocks and vegetation and turned to my left and WOW, that’s a huge waterfall, almost 300 feet. And although it’s the dry season in Oregon, the water was still flowing ...