Saturday, September 10, 2011

September 11th

September 11th.  Here's where the two of us will be.  Crater Lake, Oregon.  1,900 feet in depth.  The deepest fresh water lake in America.  Ninth in the world.

Both of us will sit here for a moment of silence in rememberance of those lost on this day ten years ago, those who were lost in the years after and those who will lose their lives in the days to come.

We'll never forget.

Here Wifey sits during our last visit to Crater Lake in 2006.

We camped at Diamond Lake and we'll camp there again tomorrow. 

It was 108 in Cowtown yesterday. .. a record with an overnight low of 80 (that's a low?!).   Today a little after 2 in the afternoon it's 105 and headed toward another record heat day.  Spending tomorrow night in the Cascade mountains with a predicted low of 40 degrees puts a smile on my face.  From buck nekked sleeping to long john Bobby. . . .wow!

As the song goes, what a difference a day makes. . . .

1 comment:

La Roo said...

I went to Crater Lake when I was young. I remember it being the most beautiful blue color.
Love, love ,love the checkered table cloth and camp set up. You do it right. Be safe, be wary of bears and be careful of getting naked in the know one thing leads to another. ;)

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