The Wayfarer Resort
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A distance today of 176 miles. Last night we watched the sunset as we dined in the hotel restaurant- beautiful. The couple at the table behind us were from Moodiesburn, Glasgow. They could not understand how they were going to get through all the food they had ordered!! After breakfast today we took a drive down into the "city". Like many other places Klamath Falls has more empty shops than full. We went down to the Memorial Park which was ...
Today's adventure was Crater Lake National Park in Crater Lake, OR. It was about a 2 hr. drive from our hotel. The sky was so blue and the weather was cool but lovely with a light jacket. There is a 33 mile rim drive around the lake with spectacular views at every stop. We only made it part way around but saw enough to appreciate the beauty. They estimate the lake was formed 7,700 years ago when 12,000 foot Mazama Mountain ...
... but we seemed to have hit a nerve that sent poor Kathy into a state. This really seemed odd, because most of the people I visit report problems with sleeplessness and itching after we leave.
So we finally made it. We couldn’t be happier to sleep somewhere where we didn’t have the anticipation of loading up and leaving the following morning. Despite the stress we unwitingly put Kathy through we were ...
We suffered through a cool night last night. Boy did the cool air feel good! We woke up to a beautiful blue sky, and enjoyed a breakfast consisting of cottage cheese and freshly picked wild blackberries. We always look forward to picking and eating blackberries when we are up this way and boy those plants are everywhere! The furry ones needed a walk so we put on long sleeves and took them for a stroll.
Last Sunday we met a couple ...
... to anyone who'll listen. Sadly, I know that she too will enter the 'Terrible Threes' at some point. Three, most likely. We are really worried about Portland now. Portland is intended to be our big farewell to Oregon and a final feather in our cap for toughing out the trip. But right now we're both dreading it. Our preliminary plan is to have Penny in the stroller with the Ergo carrier on standby. Should Henry, as has been his wont, decide that ...