Whispering Pines Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... sorry to say I haven't figured out how to do that yet so you will have to wait for another time to see that show. We took in the view with local beer and wine and dined in the old fashion dining room with trees and a giant fire place all around the inside. We decided to go crazy and order items we wouldn't typically order so she ordered the Elk chops and I ordered the Duck. We realized I like the Elk better and Boston Market's chicken is ...
... The pictures attached are all from our spot on the top of the mountain overlooking the lake.
When people tell you this place has the bluest water you have ever seen, they aren't kidding. You can actually take a boat tour in the summer to the island and spend the day at water level. That must be really cool. Even from pour views up high you can see the bottom of some of the lake, that's how clear the water is.
At 6pm we left the lodge and headed for the ...
... to the Crater Lake Lodge, stopping at several pullouts along the road. Crater Lake defies description, so I won't even try. The photos just give a hint of its amazing natural beauty.
We checked into our room, headed out again, and drove to Godfrey Glen Trail, an easy 1-mile loop through an old-growth forest and along a canyon. I'm pretty sure I saved our lives by talking loudly and frequently clapping my hands, frightening away the brown bears I was ...
... when we realised that we were driving through the famous
town (500 hundreds mortals still living there) where the Twilight
saga is set. We didn't dare stop as it is well known that french
blood is the best!
We arrived just on time to catch a spectacular sunset on the mouth of the Columbia River which marks the divide between Washington and Oregon. It is here that in
the 1800's the famous explorers Lewis and Clark, after 4000 miles of
traveling from ...
... of sand had so few people on them, yet many spend their holidays camping near the beach. The sight of the long sandy beaches but the water too cold was a bit of a frustration for me. Nehalem Bay was a true beach camp, with friendly neighbours who shared their night meal with us. Our next nights camp, near Heceta Head Lighthouse, was amongst tall trees, with isolated camp sites and the beach just over the main road from us - quite a ...