Whispering Pines Motel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... Island and on the other side there is another tiny island called Phantom Ship as it looks like an old sailing ship.
We stopped at almost every viewpoint around the east rim drive, which was about every 500 yards, to ensure we took in all the beauty the lake had to offer. Every point offered something completely different and right at the edges of the water you could see and appreciate how blue and clear the water really was. There were views ...
We woke up bright and early to make our drive from the redwoods to Crater Lake National Park. As Erik mentioned in the last post, we visited this area of the country ten years ago while we were in college. Neither of us realized it had been a full ten years until recently, but the last time we were at Crater Lake was in May of 2004. At that point, we had no idea what we were getting into and were only able to check out the first lookout point in the ...
... We are hearing more. Smelling more. Experiencing more. Unhindered by the constant call to take this picture and that, we are allowed the opportunity to simply enjoy our hike. This doesn't mean I am done recording our adventure and sharing with you. It just isn't as demanding of a priority for our homestretch. I want to make sure we are remaining in the ...
After getting the RV up and running, we continued heading southeast to Crater Lake National Park, which is home to more than 40 volcanoes. Crater Lake was a mountain that became a lake after a volcano erupted and left a deep basin. Centuries of rain and snow filled the basin, forming a deep blue lake, which is the deepest lake in the U.S. ...
... high. Although the lake would be enough, the park has other offerings. Splendid views of the surrounding areas from the rim and numerous trails. The Pinnacles are eerie spires of volcanic ash. There are also two waterfalls, including Plaikni Falls. A wonderful small falls whose only water source is melting snow. The surrounding meadows are full of wildflowers and butterflies. A truly magical spot, great place to build a house and ...