Newberry Crater, Paulina Peak, Lava Butte
October 3, 1976
This bus trip of October 3, 1976 was undoubtedly the highlight on any one-day
trip of the year.
Led by Dr. Ewart Baldwin, who narrated a wealth of information about the topography
from Goshen, Lookout Dam, Paschelke’s mine; and continuing with geological
explanation in detail for the Newberry Crater, Paulina Peak, and Lava Butte region.
Bright sunshine revealed the spectacular scenery at the summit of Paulina Peak and
photographers were delighted with the beautiful hoarfrost display (a special fringe
Mountain peaks were visible for nearly the entire Oregon span and sprinkled with the
first dusting of snow.
It was a great day with a great group.
The group included
Ewart and Margaret Baldwin,
Jane and Larry Hilt,
Lloyd and Jeanette Myers,
Frank and Sue Riemer,
Betty Mae Stamm,
Joe and Kay Silence and the bus driver.