From Lakeview to a View of Crater Lake

Storm at the rim
Mercedes RV Conversion
Mercedes RV Conversion

Our trip from Lakeview to Fort Klamath was mostly uneventful and quite scenic.  We did spot the unusual vehicle shown on the left as we departed Lakeview.  We spent the last week making multiple trips to Crater Lake National Park in hopes that at least some of the East Rim road would open for the season (it did not).  At least our multiple visits gave us many chances to see the lake in its different moods.

 

Sunny Weathers Reports from the Lake Rim

 

Photos from Crater Lake

     

Sunny at the Visitor Center
Sunny at the Crater Lake Visitor Center
Only a few roads were clear of snow
Only a few roads were clear of snow
First view at the rim
Our First View at the lake rim
Pine pollen on the water and in Sunny's eyes
Same view a few days later – notice the snow that has melted and the pine pollen on the water
Enjoying a sunset dessert at the lodge terrace
Enjoying a sunset dessert at the lodge terrace
Sunset
Sunset
Sunset
Sunset
Sunset
Sunset
Crater Lake Sunset
Sunset

 

About Sunny Weathers

Pilot, motorcyclist and full time RVer. Follow Stormy (my personal full time RV mechanic and repairman) and me as we travel all over the US in our Country Coach RV. I'll share the fun and the tribulations and any great survival tricks we learn!

6 Replies to “From Lakeview to a View of Crater Lake”

  1. Beautiful pictures! Looking forward to our trip to Oregon!

  2. Me too! I hope you guys get to stop at Crater Lake on the way out. Roads should be open then. I will be so jealous!

  3. WOW we used to think 12 feet was a lot of snow, but 48, goodness, never would get the driveway cleared. :>) Outstanding pictures as usual, thanks for sending and taking us along. Take care and we are looking forward to the next note. ;)) GOD BLESS

    JD
    Jim
    ps this robot thingy is getting to be a real pain 🙁

    1. Sunny Weathers says: Reply

      I know what you mean about clearing that much snow. Kinda felt sorry for the young rangers who were shoveling the paths clear by hand. I will send you a separate note about the robot 🙂

  4. Ruth Morgan says: Reply

    Awesome pictures!! We have never been there. We need to add that to our list.

    1. You and Scott would love it. Be sure and wait until July or August though so the hiking trails will be open!

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