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... Justin made breakfast... freeze dried scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage, and red pepper, just add boiling water, yum, so good, and then we headed to the Human Bean,an amazing independent coffee we discovered in the town of Klamath Falls that pwns Starbucks, and drove to Crater Lake, which was about an hour from our campsite.
We stopped at the Visitor's Center, stamped our passports, bought stickers for our passports, bought some postcards [and ...
... After passing the Shasta County line we came across some big lakes and recreational areas. It took us about 4 hours to cross state lines into Oregon. The scenery is much more Canada-esk.
From there it took us about another half hour to reach Klamath Falls, our pit stop for the night. Klamath Falls has a population of 21000.
We stayed at the Maverick Motel which turned out to be pretty nice. They even gave ...
... you are better soon! We had a nice visit and meal with Jay and our granddaughters Amaya & Tayla. It has been a lot warmer today … no freezing temps all day and night long! We will be packing up and heading south tomorrow morning … so we return to the task of packing up the RV to make ready for travel!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
... that we purchased our boat trip tickets yesterday because they’re completely booked for today. We were primed as we had stopped at the park visitor’s center and seen the 22 minute movie about the history of Crater Lake. It’s one thing to see the lake from all the different perspectives offered when you take advantage of the pull offs, but it’s entirely another thing to see it from sea level during the two hour boat ride. ...
... s been an experience not having internet (it was so slow in our cottage at Cedarwood that it was hardly usable), so we’re feeling a bit deprived. Going to start posting on Travelpod the entries for the past four days!
Just another note – Harvey purchased his Lifetime National Park Pass for Seniors – one of the grandest bargains for $10 which gives our car entry into any national park! Did you get the "lifetime" ...