Prospect Historic Hotel - Motel and Dinner House
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... at the Union Creek Resort. It is a quaint lodge with 20 or so cottages surrounding it. The cottages are rustic but well maintained and ours had a kitchen as well. Across the street is Beckies, a well known cafe that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. There was also a BBQ guy smoking all kinds of meats.
We unpacked and took a short hike up to the Rouge River gorge. It was nice to get off the bike ...
... constructed by the WPA in 1913, hangs along
the cliff in a rainforest with trees over 30 meters high. An art deco
style vista house is built at the top of a 700 feet cliff and
impressive falls litter the area. We climbed to the top of the
Multmomah falls, a vertical of 700 feet, with Pickles.
Heading South after the Gorges we entered the Oregon plains where the three snow capped peaks of Mount Hood, Mount Adams and Mount Jefferson can be seen
Monday, August 10, 2015. PCT day 113. Miles 1762-1792 (30 miles) I didn't wake up until 5am. I set my alarm for 4am but it never went off. Either way I was out by 0640. My goal for today was 30 miles, and I was successful. I was done by 18:45 too. It took me 12 hours total to do 30 miles. And that includes a 2 hour break in between. Needless to say, I am tired. On a different note, I am 2/3 done with the trail. It is starting to hit me that I ...
... pure nature. We made some stops and at one point hiked down to the river to take awesome pictures. We followed the road that took us to Diamond Lake. There was a lot of camping activity there although it looked like it had known much better days. There was a laundromat and we did our laundry and had lunch. A nice salad for me and chili for Alice. There even was a gas station where we filled up. Only a short drive left to Crater Lake. We entered ...
... Island Shuttle” is a direct trip to the Island for a three hour drop off and return trip providing no narration.
Wizard Island is a Volcano within a Volcano which emerged about 7,300 years ago in a shower of fire cinders that pushed up this symmetrical cone. Not wanting to spend anything on the order of a minimum of three hours on a deserted chunk of volcanic cinder cone in the middle of a massive active volcanic lake, we elect to take ...