Crater Lake National Park is truly a wonder. I’m going to let the pictures speak for themselves.
Another busted fishing day. We swatted lots of insects–including the dreaded mosquito. But I slather myself with 100% Deet repellent and don’t have any problems. Tonight the little critters banded together in an attempt to storm the screen doors of our RVs. But we managed to keep them where they belong–outside!
We also took a short side trip to see Clearwater Falls. Oregon has some incredible natural wonders.
Susan Gaddis says
I can smell the fresh air just looking at those photos. I’m leaving the bugs out of my imagination!
God made us some beautiful things. I wish people would stop and look around at His handy work.
I know bugs have a purpose………but deet makes them much more manageable.
Glad you’re having fun. How man fish have you and Ken caught? I haven’t seen any pictures of them yet.
Kathy Oster says
Isn’t it glorious to be up in the mountains Jeanette?
Sounds like you are having a wonderful time. I’m so glad. I zoomed in on the bird in the tree. Do you know what kind it is? Sure has a big beak! Great photo by the way. Thanks for sharing all your fun with us!
Thanks Kathy………..I had no idea I could zoom in. I’ve been looking at Jeanette’s pictures all this time and never knew.
Now I can zoom in on the Russian dandelion soup and see if I can figure out what’s in it.
Lora Dawes says
Hiya sweetie! Check out the website on Gardens Alive! They have a little device that clips to your belt and makes mosquitoes (don’t know about other bugs) stay away from you without having to put chemicals all over your skin. I am wondering if you could put one on the inside of the screen door to make them stay away from the inside of your RV too…Hmmnn. BTW the photos are drop dead gorgeous. Hope the fish start biting soon. Give Ken some TLC from us on his scrapes and bumps.