Lake of the Woods Resort
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Travel Blogs from Klamath Falls
Got up this morning at 7 and made myself a good mug of coffee. Sunny outside and a balmy 7 degrees! Although in a typically crowded KOA this one was quiet and we had no neighbours to block our view! Packed a lunch and spent the afternoon exploring a National Monument south of town known as the Lava Beds. Very scenic. Went into just one cave and hiked 1.1 km up to a great ...
... microwave popcorn, score!
We wandered around the small town (well up the 1 main street, guess what it was called...'Main Street'). It was good to stretch the legs after a long day of sitting.
Tonight we went to dinner at Wubba's Bbq Shack. It was packed out. Clearly a favourite with the locals. Blake and I both got ribs - sticky baby back ribs and St Louis style. They were incredible, but the meals were huge! ...
... the pine trees the park became one giant Christmas card. We stopped by the lake and gazed in awe. It was jaw-dropping lay beautiful. A gorgeous blue grey lake with an island in one corner. All around there were rocky outcrops and pine trees. The snow was quite deep and we had to be careful, especially Neil. A further 60 miles on we came to Klamath Falls - though it should be ...
... and other birds we've not yet identified...
I put the 500 mm lens on the camera and sat for maybe 45 min while the birds came in to feed... I think the biggest bird that frequents our front yard at least 3 to 5 times an evening is a large pheasant... he's really a nice size bird... we actually feel sort of sad for him.... as he comes alone each evening without a hen or two in tow... He's also VERY photogenic and is our ...
... a set of long drooping feathers on their tail, which looks very much like a "bustle". Their legs are long and black and they have long black toes with sharp claws on the ends. The juvenile crane has a crown of feathers on its forehead and is a grey-brown cinnamon color all over Male and female Sandhill Cranes look very similar. One way of telling them apart is to watch them dancing together in pairs
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