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We were thankful to have a place to stay for the night on our way up 5. Convenient, central and clean at a very good price.
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We really did not get up to much today, compared to yesterday. We have been infected by Eugene's relaxed vibe, and on top of that, I'm completely absorbed in the book I'm currently reading. Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl". If you haven't read it, read it. If you've read it, message me so we can discuss it. So as a result of this book obsession, today was a few activities centred around lots of reading. The same for Seb, he's making his way through the Game of Thrones ...
It was a beautiful sunny day and the water was sparkling but very cold. The trip was just over 2 hours and there were some very calm spots interrupted by some rapids which provided the fun! Bill was very experienced and caught most of the currents. The other four had paddles while Fletcher and I bludged. Occasionally the call came to paddle forward and they responded with gusto. This was not all that often surprisingly. ...
So in exactly 35 days, 17 hours, and 21 minutes, I will be boarding a plane from Boise to Seattle, and then another from Seattle straight to London -- but it is not like I am counting or anything. Anyway, I figure that it is approaching SOON enough for me to finally sit down and begin this travel blog (and let's be honest...if I read one more word of Milton's Paradise Lost tonight, my brain might explode). I am super excited to keep up posts to share my experiences and adventures ...
... had us driving through light to fairly heavy smoke coming from many wildland fires to our west.
Ever climbing we finally see the sign we are looking for- "Welcome to Oregon". Yea baby! We continue the climb to Siskiyou Summit then take the long downhill roller coaster ride down to Ashland. Beautiful country this is. OK, Mike keep your eyes on the road. Many 50 mph curves lie ahead while descending off of Mt. Ashland. The road flattens out into ...
... few things I learned about Crater Lake was that John Wesley Hilman was looking for gold in 1852 and found this area instead and he named the lake, "Deep Blue Lake". It has had many different names but Crater Lake is what it is known as now.
Crater Lake was created by ...