Flickr Friday: Photos from the RRoad Trip, 2012

The 2012 RRoad Trip has come to a close, and while it included very little in the way of rowing, sometimes getting out for a trail run, hiking up a dormant volcano (or two), and sleeping under the stars is just the thing to get you ready for a new season on the water. After heading up to Seattle and camping on the Olympic Peninsula, we wound our way back down through Oregon via Bend, Crater Lake, and Klamath Falls. Crater Lake is truly one of those natural phenomena that must be seen in person to be properly appreciated–the scale is mind-blowing, and the pure azure blue of the water is unmatched in my experience. Also, at an elevation of more than 8,000 feet at the highest point, the hiking available at Crater Lake provides for some sneaky training while on vacation.

Check out the gallery of photos above for a look at the trip, and get ready for the 2012-2013 season!

Note for RR mobile readers: Apologies that the Flickr photo slideshow doesn't load in our mobile template, but here is a direct link to the gallery:


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