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Disappearing In Plain Sight

  • Author: Francis Guenette
  • Published: February 2013 by FriesenPress
  • Category: Contemporary Fiction

Sixteen-year-old Lisa-Marie has been packed off to spend the summer with her aunt on the isolated shores of Crater Lake.

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Contemporary Fiction

Crater Lake Camp Naivasha


In my mind, Naivasha has always been a popular location for camping, hanging out with your friends, enjoying a boozy weekend with the excuse ‘its cold, what else do you expect me to do?’ Well for those looking for a breathtaking holiday, with amazing scenery and activities in Naivasha, I found the perfect place whilst filming ‘Travel Diaries’. 600 more words


Crater Lake National Park

During the Memorial Day holiday in late May we planned a trip to Oregon state and Crater Lake National Park was the highlight of our trip. 484 more words

Crater Lake

Crater Lake: A Sight To Leave You Speechless

I’ve never craned my neck so eagerly in my life. I had bundled myself out of our rented car (still miss you, Flo) and started to march up what was the rim of a collapsed volcano in a clumsy schoolgirl fashion, just waiting to get the glimpse of the lake beneath. 689 more words


morning haze of smoky dust

morning haze of smoky dust
gives way to cool breezes
dancing over crystal blue
icy waters of the vast caldera
lined with cliffs rising precipitously… 75 more words


I'll cry if I want to

But I don’t need to. IT’S MY BIRTHDAY! YAY!!!

Sunday, September 7…. Day 27

Another birthday on the road and this time, it’s mine.

I took Oliver for a nice long lakeside walk while Darryl cooked breakfast; my favorite, french toast! 597 more words

The Open Road

Camping @ Crater Lake

         I was born along a ring of fire, and the evidence abounds.  Volcanoes, lava fields, earthquakes, and so much more, remind me of the inferno that burns beneath my feet.   245 more words