Nancy's Travelblogue

... there isn't a train I wouldn't take, no matter where it's going. -- Edna St. Vincent Millay

Location: California, United States

Sunday, July 05, 2009

MONTANA CANADA TRIP - Day 20. Yakima, Washington -> Crater Lake, Oregon

Another long day today, from Yakima all the way through Oregon to Crater Lake on the southern border. We're back in the U.S. now and heading towards home, and I feel the homecoming strings pulling me slightly. Today's trip through Oregon is also desert, much to my surprise. We drive fairly steadily all 330 miles in order to get to Crater Lake at a decent hour. ...

Only to find that our B&B is impossible to find using Google maps. This is the real boonies, Crater Lake notwithstanding. Eventually we do find it, Crater Lake B&B in the town of Fort Klamath, which in itself is hard to find, because it is one of those towns you miss if you aren't attentive. We were tired and hungry and I was annoyed that we had to drive yet another 10 miles to the nearest restaurant for a mediocre meal.

Here is a photo of our B&B.
And some of the lovely country between it and Crater LakeWe went to bed early to rest up for a day at Crater Lake and the long drive home to Oakland.

Accommodations: Crater Lake B&B ****
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