Prospect Historic Hotel - Motel and Dinner House
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... 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 ...
... park, we stopped to take some photos of the river. A running river through forest has got to be one of the most beautiful scenes.
The, one day while up near Crater Lake, we took off hiking through the forest to see the Mill Creek Waterfall and the Barr Creek ...
We started out toward Crater Lake National Park on one of my favorite scenic highways, OR 138 along the North Umpqua River. A very helpful woman in the Visitor Center in Roseburg gave us a map to all the waterfalls along the way. We took several short hikes to see the ones closest to the highway. Too bad I can't remember all their names--maybe someone can help me out!
... it was as we came
around a sweeping bend, the blue Pacific lapping the golden sand on the west
thinking to myself, these same waters are now washing ashore on the east coast
of Australia. Such a huge expanse of
Seattle we were heading south and had chosen the route that follows Highway
101, known in this neck of the woods at the "Pacific Coast Scenic Byway" and
scenic byway ...
Today was another amazing days driving. The scenery never ceases to amaze. Gerry makes sure we take the scenic routes rather than the highways. We pass through so really cool old towns. Will miss sleeping under the towering redwoods, what a place!.
After driving up the coast into Oregon, we have to turn back and take another route, as Gerry found out that the way she wanted to go was too dangerous. The Oregon coast was covered with sea fog, so not ...