The Wayfarer Resort
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... it was still some walk from the parking lot. I’m going to post the photos because I want you to get some small sense of place – the photos can only impart an inkling of the sense of this magical waterfall and pool.
I’m wondering about national parks and national forests and how it is that we could possibly have known about such a beautiful walking area for people that are in love waterfalls and old growth trees – Stu and Susan say ...
... that comes right thru town—the middle fork of the Willamette. I paddled this 10 mile stretch a few years ago alone in my hardshell kayak and was fine, though I felt I was on the edge of my competence window, and I was extremely careful and avoided the more adventurous routes thru the water. I have an inflatable kayak this year, with the intention of using it on the middle fork. But I remain a little leery of going alone, so have put out some feelers and found a couple ...
... dinner- for me, not the dogs. Everybody was happy, tho, and we survived day 2. The cat knows the routine by now.
Third day, Alturas up into Oregon, Klamath, and a stop for gas, groceries, and bagels, then on to TDR.
And on the 4th day, she rested.
But today, June 3, I took my inflatable kayak (IK) to a small lake near Mill Creek Res. in Oakridge, and took it on its maiden voyage. Ready for whitewater next week?!
... you will do will all waste generated on the expedition in Antarctica territory). Again, there is no form but Nadene Kennedy gave me guidance on what needed to be included – in fact, much of it was the same as information in the IEE.
However, approval of the IEE and Waste Permit Application were both contingent on getting approval from Chile to land at SCRM. So parallel to the process with the US government, I also approached the DGAC ...
... the Cascades was very scenic. I really expected to see Big Foot, or Rambo, or at least D. B. Cooper (may be a little off of the locations) but we didn't see any really exciting wildlife. The mountains were pretty spectacular ...