Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Eagle Rock Lodge

 Last week my husband and I had the opportunity to stay at the Eagle Rock Lodge.
What a most wonderful place to stay.
Our room had a fireplace set and ready for a cozy fire as we looked out on
the beautiful grounds and McKenzie River in Oregon.
The hospitality was amazing
and the breakfast the next morning was spectacular.
Definitely a place I could recommend and hope to return to.

Can you see the Eagle Rock?
It is in the middle left picture.
What a beautiful sight.
I took a walk early and totally enjoyed the quiet, peacefulness.
I am grateful for this time of rest before the busy schedule of autumn begins.
Do you have a time set aside for quiet meditation before approaching the busy
schedule of autumn and holidays?
This one was just perfect!

Visit their website at:  www.eaglerocklodge.com


Kate said...

Tranquility! This looks like a wonderful place to stay. I will have to look it up!

Adrienne said...

What a wonderful place! I'm adding it to my list of things I'd like to do. It's too easy to forget and then, when it's time to plan, we do the same things over and over again. Not bad - but even better the chance to discover something new! Thanks for sharing Eagle Rock with us. Happy Autumn, my friend.

Cathy said...

How wonderful. Maybe in another life.

tea time and roses said...

Oh Marilyn this looks like one peaceful place, and certainly beautiful. Your mosaic is lovely. A lovely post indeed.



Anonymous said...

What gorgeous photos! Looking at them puts me in a peaceful state of mind:)

Jeanne said...

How beautiful and lovely indeed
Love you

Rosemary said...

Such serenity! Thank you for sharing Marilyn. Your photography is simply gorgeous and you provided a much needed moment of peace and tranquility for me today. Blessings, Nancy

Angela McRae said...

What a magnificent collage! I can *feel* the peacefulness just looking at your wonderful photos!

parTea lady said...

Eagle Rock Lodge looks like a beautiful place to go and be refreshed. The collage is great.

Jeanie said...

This is so lovely! I would love to imagine that when Rick must travel to Portland again, I could go with him and then we could take a couple of R&R days!