Tiki Lodge Motel
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... Gordon had no cause to mock; he had an entire ciabatta loaf made into bruschetta to get through. (He did, of course. He then helped with my log-jam.)
Today we went to a National Park that is home to America's deepest lake, Crater Lake. It was formed when one of the mountains collapsed in on itself after a particularly violent eruption, forming a crator which over time was filled with the precipitation from snowfalls. It is not fed by rivers or any means ...
... but alas they were closed for the holiday. Glenn was smiling all the way today just thinking of the money we saved due to the holiday.
We never found the Starbucks but we did find when one in Roseberg, and as we drove through town in the early morning hours smack dab in front of us was a doe crossing the road right in town with her two fawns, good thing Glenn slowed to a crawl and let them get across the road. We could not believe our eyes. Deer two days ...
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3:30 AM. A muffled sound like something deeply breathing and moving in the night just outside our window. There – gone – now back again. Am I imagining this – dreaming this – is this real? We're both up. Harvey gets up to peek out behind the drapes and the thinks he sees horses moving in the nearby coral. We drift off back to sleep.
More towards the time we "normally" wake up, we take a look out the window and there really are ...
... single course American lunch there for $30 (multiply by 9 SA to get into Rands!). OK, we were being soft staying in yet another motel weren’t we? But the campsites stretched out along the banks of the nearby Colorado River were totally lacking in wind protection, it was cold outside (even the
acclimatized locals were complaining) and then it started to drizzle, even threatening more snow. You want to camp in that? It’s fine doing it US style in a hot air heated 45 ...