Picture Parade Two Hundred and Thirty-Seven

Part Two of a pictorial account of our recent trip to Klamath Falls and Crater Lake.

Covering Sunday, 18th March, when we travelled from Klamath Falls up to Crater Lake and then Monday, 19th March, when we returned back from Klamath Falls to Merlin, OR.

Part One of this pictorial account is here.

To Crater Lake – What would the day bring??

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Certainly much snow. In fairness, much of this was from the snow blowers! But still ….

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Roads on the approaches to Crater Lake were ‘interesting’!

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And there is was! Crater Lake in all it’s glory!

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Anyone for a White Christmas – in March!!

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Probably best not to go too close to the edge!

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Then in the blink of an eye it was Monday and the day when we returned home!

Time to go home. Goodbye High Country!

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Who was it that mentioned snow blowers!!

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Back to the familiar and very beautiful sights of home!

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Back to rural tranquility!

The photograph above shows a returning Canadian goose nursing her unborn chicks in their eggs with ‘Dad’ keeping an eye on things close by.

Our beautiful home. A wild flower close to our stable block.

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Andy, me, Jeannie and Trish.

Thanks Trish and Andy for inviting us! Big hugs from Jeannie and me!

15 thoughts on “Picture Parade Two Hundred and Thirty-Seven

    1. Dear Susan, you put your finger on something that makes finding this property, back in 2012, so special. As Tyler, owner of The Red Barn nearby, from where we get our hay, said last Friday: “Yes, nothing extreme happens in this part of Oregon!”

      It does feel like this neighborhood, predominantly comprised of country folk and incomers who were drawn here because of the local natural beauty, is on life’s slow track. Where having a natter with a passerby, cuddling a dog or two, or just watching the clouds, is what life is all about.

      Where nothing extreme happens!

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