Posts Tagged ‘Crater Lake’

Oregon: Day #3 — Crater Lake (Part II)

September 14, 2009

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Crater Lake, a short distance to the west of Crater Lake Lodge.

The south side of America's deepest lake, Crater Lake (1,943 feet deep). This photo was taken a short distance to the west of Crater Lake Lodge.

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Oregon: Day #3 — Crater Lake

September 11, 2009

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From our lodge room looking north, the Crater Lake sunrise. 5:53 A.M. Sunday, July 19th. (Click photo to enlarge.)

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Oregon: Day #2 — Crater Lake Lodge

September 10, 2009

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The Moon Oregon handbook * says about Crater Lake Lodge, “The lodge is situated on the rim south of the Sinnott Overlook and is hewn of indigenous wood and stone.  The massive lobby boasts a picture window on the lake and has decor echoing back to its 1915 origins.  The stone fireplace is large enough to walk into….”  (The lodge is not labeled, but is on the south side of the lake on this map.)

Below are my photos of the interior of Crater Lake Lodge.  The lodge’s web site has many more photos (interior and exterior) which do the lodge more justice than my photos do.

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Great Hall (Click photo to enlarge.)

At the left is Crater Lake Lodge’s Great Hall.  The doors toward the upper right lead to the dining room.  Outside the doorway at the upper left is a terrace overlooking Crater Lake.  The terrace runs the full length of the lodge, including along the Great Hall and dining room. more…