2007 Photos
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument Web site for Tent Rocks Nat Monument
Water springing from the desert. White
Rock, NM overlook.
Rio Grande River viewed from the White Rock, New Mexico Overlook
Frijoles Canyon, Bandelier Nat Monument
Tyuonyi and cliff dwellings at Bandelier National Monument. www.nps.gov/band
Cliff dwellings at Bandelier National Monument, in northern New Mexico
Valles Caldera National Preserve. Formed by volcanic eruptions about 1 million years ago that deposited debris as far
away as Lubbock, Texas.
Jemez River near Valles Caldera National Preserve
Soda Dam on Jemez River. The still growing dam is being formed by mineral deposits from springs within the dam.
Tower at Desert View.
More views of the Canyon.
Condor and Big Horn Sheep at Grand Canyon National Park.
Oregon coast at Cape Blanco State Park.
Sixes River at Cape Blanco
Cape Blanco Lighthouse and sunset at Cape Blanco State Park.
Bullards Beach on the Oregon coast
Arch Rock
Gold Beach area on southern Oregon coast.
Big Tree in Redwoods National Park. This
tree is about 22 feet in diameter, over
300 feet tall and over 1500 years old.
Elk herd in Redwoods National Park.
Fog moving into the redwoods. The moisture from the fog plays a crucial roll in their survival. Immortal Tree at right.
Survived lightning, the loggers axe and a major flood. The flood high water mark indicated by the fish above the axe.
Our campsite at Lassen Volcanic National Park. Butte Lake on right.
Butte Lake
Lassen in Mid-May of a year with well below average snowfall.
Kendall and her Dad. Memorial Day 2007
Our home at Butte Lake, Lassen Volcanic National Park on June 6th, 2007. Rather a cool Summer Day!
Cinder Cone at Lassen. Erupted in approximately 1650. The trail up was interesting to say the least but we made it! The
views from the top were outstanding. Center photo is looking down into the Volcano.
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Lassen Peak and the Painted Dunes from the top of Cinder Cone.
Butte Lake and Snag Lake from the top of Cinder Cone.
Subway Cave. This was created when the lava cooled on the outside but continued to flow through the inside. The lava
eventually drained out of the tube leaving this cave. Portions collapsed and allowed access to the cave.