Silver Falls State Park
May 13, 1990
We had a very congenial 16 walkers (8 members and 8 non-members) on our Mother’s Day
trip to Silver Falls State Park.
The weather cooperated and we had a cloudy day, but no rain.
After meeting at the parking lot by the lodge, we drove to the north end of the trail and used
a car shuttle system.
The falls and scenery were Magnificent!
This is not a trip to rush; there is so much to experience.
I would suggest next time leaving at 8 a.m. instead of 8:30 a.m. and spending one-half hour at
the lodge viewing the wildflower exhibit before beginning the walk.
By the time we got to the lodge in the early afternoon the exhibit was very crowded.
Thanks to all the participants for making this a special day.
They were Martha Brown, Dottie Conlon, Hedwig Faunhofer, Gladys Grancorvitz, Richard Griffin,
Ute Klamert, Jerry La Fountain, Bonnie Manheim, Meryl Miasek, Mary Millman, Dawn Peterson,
Dave Predeek, Kathy and Parker Riddle, and Bill and Donna Eimstad (leaders).