We had a long and lovely day along the McKenzie River. This is a fabulous time of year to visit when you can get a clear day – the vine maples turn red, and other plants turn yellow, and Clear Lake becomes a rainbow:
We also got a demonstration of the majesty of nature, wot we should imitate, or so the new age folk tell me:
All right, maybe that wasn’t quite fair. Nature has its icky points, but it’s also beautiful and awesome sometimes, like when dragonflies are hovering by bird hotels:
For the volcano lovers in the audience, here’s a fine set of formerly-flaming mountains:
And, finally, something new! Here’s a glimpse of Lower Proxy Falls, which we didn’t make it to last time we were there.
Tomorrow, we do the coast, and then make a beeline for home. See you there with lotsa pretty pics!