The Lodge at Eagle Crest
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... to 400 feet in height. There were many climbers on Smith Rock today.
Continuing our drive, we stopped at Peter Skene Ogden State Scenic Viewpoint, a state park on the Crooked River. We saw the Crooked River Railroad Bridge, the Crooked River High Bridge and Rex T. Barber Veterans Memorial Bridge and let's not forget, Crooked River. There is a 300-foot drop to the gorge.
We arrived at Whispering Woods Resort in ...
... on the road to Yakima, passing through desert, prairies, canyonlands, Okanagon Forests and snowy mountains. Taking in some stunning views. We found a hidden gem at Dry Falls Canyon. Just passing through, we spotted the cliff edges and lake that had sunken into the land so long ago. Crazy how the landscape could have formed all those years back and exist in such a state that it is today. It was like nothing we had seen before. We treated ...
We headed off this morning to Mt Bachelor which is a ski mountain with heaps of ski runs including 7 chair lifts. Before we got there we visited the High Desert Museum. This is where they help injured birds such as the Bald Eagle, owls, and any bird of prey. They have created the museum as the early settlers would have seen the country as well as including animals such as otters, squirrel, fish, turtles, etc. it was really interesting and you could see it would be a great place to ...
We slept in this morning till 9am so a late start to the day. I think we were exhausted with the hot weather over the last few days. However we packed up and headed to a Ford Company to look at my dream car, the Mustang (although I am kind of keen on the Dodge Charger as well). The dealer was really helpful knowing that we wouldn't be buying from him today, and showed ...
A longtime dream is about to come true as I find myself with less than two weeks until my departure. Leaving my family, friends and life in Bend behind is going to be quite a transition, but I am extremely excited. I feel blessed to have the opportunity that I do and a supportive family to help make it happen. Alongside putting together flights plans, correspondence with locals and other preparation, a big focus for the summer has been saving up to make it all happen. A ...