Volcanoes & Doggie Days in Oregon

Camping at Thousand Trails Bend/Sunriver in Oregon
Visiting the Newberry Volcanic National Monument

1 mile walk climbing up the lava flow of obsidian (black glass) and pumice

short walk climbing up the lava flow of obsidian (black glass) and pumice

black glass along the obsidian flow trail

black glass along the obsidian flow trail

The highest point within the monument is Paulina Peak (7,985 ft.)

The highest point within the monument is Paulina Peak (7,985 ft.)

 I came back to the campground and saw the Doggie Day’s Fun activity. When the family pool is closed for the winter, the dogs and owners get to play in the pool for the weekend. It looked like fun but our Yorkie isn’t into water so I watched from the adult pool. The dogs and owners frolicked in the pool all weekend and I laughed harder than I had in a long time.

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Happy Travels!

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