Prospect Historic Hotel - Motel and Dinner House
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... eruption between 6,000 and 8,000 years ago that led to the subsidence of Mount Mazama. About 50 cubic kilometres (12 cu mi) of rhyodacite was erupted in this event. Since that time, all eruptions on Mazama have been confined to the caldera.
Lava eruptions later created a central platform, Wizard ...
I could feel
a strange sensation coming over me, a sense of wellbeing and calmness was in
the air. The closer I got to the
Pacific Ocean the stronger the feeling became.
It must be
that I am from Australia. We Aussies
are "fringe dwellers" with 90% of our population living on the coastline. Plus the fact that in my misspent youth I
spent every available second I could on a surfboard riding waves from this
... for pictures.
Once we get back to Crescent city we make our way north east to Crater National Park. Were are on the raod till about 4pm, where we find the RV park called Crater Lake RV park. Its still about 50ks from the lake.
So i set up the tent once again and Gerry heads off to the very little town to do her washing. I take a rather long walk around the banks of the lake through the forest. Pretty cool place in the middle of nowhere. The moon ...
... the snow was still over ten feet high or more in most areas of the park. This time around, we planned to come later in the summer and we are definitely happy for that. We stopped on our way for some greasy burgers in a small town and also stopped to check out a gorge with heavily flowing water. We arrived around noon and found a great campsite with an easy setup - we were ready to hike in no time at all!
On our first afternoon, we ...
... experience – the colour of the clouds and sky, and the atmosphere fills the air and the thunder just rumbles through your very core… thankfully the RV is totally waterproof so you get to listen to the cosy sound of the falling rain from the warmth and dry of the camper and just feel sorry for the people in the tent next door! We, as always took a ton of photos but fear that the pictures cannot capture the colours or real beauty ...