Sisters Motor Lodge
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... Lake. We had heard from other travellers it was quite hazy down there due to the bushfires started by lightening recently so we were thrilled when on our second day there the haze cleared and we had perfect conditions to see the brilliant blue of the Lake. Our hotel was right on the rim on the crater - formed by a collapsed volcano 7,700 years ago and filled with rain water and snow melt in the 500 years after the eruption (hence the complete clarity of the water). ...
... jam-packed, but is a real gem. It's filled with towering Douglas Fir trees which give just enough shade to keep it comfortable. It's been in the mid-eighties most days with no rain of late. We originally found the wrong RV park, but Lynn asked a Sheriff's Deputy for some help. He asked her to wait while he drove the distance to this City Park and came back promptly. He ...
... bend and another 21 Miles to Sisters and the Ponderosa Lodge.
We checked in with the rest of the crew who have arrived at Shady Cove on the Rogue River (fitting huh) we will link up with them tomorrow at about midday.
Had a great dinner with Bob and Vicky, and will visit their camp in the morning before heading into Bend and Wildhorse Harley ...
went downtown and we looked around. We
went to the U.S. biggest independent bookstore called Powell’s. It was extraordinary! I got a book called 1001 Facts About Ancient
Egypt. We had a great lunch at a
fabulous brewery (mom wrote this sentence).
We then went and visited the Cosper’s.
We went to the park and played for a while and then ate dinner. After that, ...
... were you a part of?
Where did the troops stay in England and for how long?
On D-Day did the men receive orders to pack up and board a ship how long in advance? Was there fear in the air? Were GI’s scared of what they were about to undertake?
How was the crossing of the channel? How was getting off the ship and into those landing crafts?
Can you tell me a little about the experience of hitting the beach? Was there a ...