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... the land changes again to forest..ponderosa pines.
As we drove along listened to the radio, ads were entertaining, one shop sold guns ammo & liquor, yep all in one shop think of that outcome lol...
Our next site was Crater Lake, we turned into the long stretch of highway leading up to it are signs saying be careful smoke ahead,okay what are we getting.into??, wind the car windows down & you can smell burning.
... but that's because I make Justin stop at every single viewpoint, as well as some "unofficial" viewpoints so I can take pictures. I'm sure it doesn't take the average person as long as it did for us. It also wasn't very crowded. I mean some of the more popular viewpoints did have a decent amount of people there, but it wasn't crowded in the last compared to Grand Canyon or Yosemite. The road also wasn't that crowded, at all, there were no stalls, traffic ...
... sides were awesome. We both agreed hands down the best meal of our trip so far. We will be sure to look up a recipe for cheesy corn when we get home. It was super tasty. The seasoned beer batter fries were so good. It was hard to leave any behind but it had to be done... we tried our best!
We rolled out the door about 9.30 very satisfied.
Tomorrow we venture to the main reason for our journey through Oregon - Crater Lake! ...
... genre. Back near the motel, the Main Street market looks not to have opened for some time, while the old Ford dealership, like the first national building, wears its logo with pride, looking odd next to the vivid decoration of palms trees and Egyptian figures. Whatever took this building over is lost to time. Boards cover some of the windows, but run out halfway along, so the deserted, empty interior is in clear view. This part of town reminds me of Christchurch. Not the ...
... you are better soon! We had a nice visit and meal with Jay and our granddaughters Amaya & Tayla. It has been a lot warmer today … no freezing temps all day and night long! We will be packing up and heading south tomorrow morning … so we return to the task of packing up the RV to make ready for travel!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!