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... you get down to the shore they are so vibrant. We enjoyed our lunch on the rocks along the shore while we watched braver souls jumping into the 44 degree water. We took off our hiking boots to soak our stinking feet for a minute or two, and found that to be plenty cool enough for us! After our day of hiking, we discovered free showers in the next camp loop over, which for Scampers is a gold mine. We were psyched, after sleeping full of dried sweat ...
... wonder that offers little more than a series of viewpoints of the lake. Yes the lake is gorgeous. Yes the volcanic history is amazing. And yes it certainly makes for some impressive pictures to stick in one’s blog. Other then that though, the downsides of getting to this place outweighs the benefits. The driving was picturesque and easy, but it is a lot of miles through the middle nowhere on the way ...
... and goes thru the lava rocks. Further down at the Natural Bridge, it goes thru a lava tube then spurts up thru a blow hole but we did not take this hike since it was late and kind of long.
FRIDAY THE 13th-We can't believe what we hear on the roof of the motorhome RAIN. We have not seen this (other than a few drizzles) since Texas. We are going to watch the US Open then wonder out at noon which gives me time to do a few loads of clothes ...
... I would love to go back sometime when we could hike down to the lake, travel to Wizard Island, and climb up to Watchman Peak. We saw the trail to Watchman Peak on this trip, but it was covered with several feet of snow. We had a lovely picnic on the rim instead.
We visited the ranger station and learned about the geology ...
... not a huge waterfall, Plaikni Falls is in a very beautiful setting. It is completely fed by snowmelt, so I imagine it would be more impressive earlier in the year. After a few pictures, we headed back to the car and followed Pinnacles Road to the end at Pinnacles Overlook.
The Pinnacles are really cool fossil fumaroles, where volcanic gases and rose up through ash and formed erosion-resistant rock in the form of spires. We ...