Motel 6 Klamath Falls
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... yes there is such a place & its a 30 mile return trip.
Made it back to the fossil beds so we could have a wander around.This was a very interesting spot and off the beaten track, well worth it.
Finally getting back to the main rd.
Made a stop for lunch at the black bear diner.( second stop for the day), Cashed up in Bend ( yes I needed more spending money), and headed out for the Crater Lake National Park. From ...
... to say that Justin and I mailed about 50 postcards from the trip, thus far, at Crater Lake], and headed into our car to drive Rim Drive.
Rim Drive is a 33 mile scenic drive that goes around the entire circular object that is Crater Lake National Park, and deposits you at most of the scenic spots. Crater Lake is a massive collection of mountains, water, wildflowers, rock, and evergreen trees.
The drive really wasn't too bad. It took us about ...
... microwave popcorn, score!
We wandered around the small town (well up the 1 main street, guess what it was called...'Main Street'). It was good to stretch the legs after a long day of sitting.
Tonight we went to dinner at Wubba's Bbq Shack. It was packed out. Clearly a favourite with the locals. Blake and I both got ribs - sticky baby back ribs and St Louis style. They were incredible, but the meals were huge! ...
... celebrations, with two broadway stars in town at the weekend for song and tap, followed by the Irish national dance group. Or '******* Riverdance', as they are more usually now known. A band has reformed for a tour, one night here proudly trailing their four country and one billboard number one hits. Those were back in 2003, the members now look comfortable, dragged from a retirement drinking beer and eating, though it's unlikely they were ever edgy, occupying ...
... warmer tonight ~ 24 degrees …
Tuesday 5NOV2013 It’s warmer this am … low was 33 degrees (almost summer!)… had a small skiff of snow that melted … was able to connect with old friends Susan & Nathan, Mickie & Randy, Bill & Darla, ODFW crew Jim & Ray as well as family. Sorry we missed seeing you Tami because you were still ...