The Levy Family motoring trip of 1940 continued north – next stop, Crater Lake, Oregon!
This was a souvernir that someone in the family added to the scrapbook. Yes, I know it’s spelled wrong but I think that adds to the story since that was the way it was captioned.
And the back of the postcard packet.
July 3 – Sometimes Oregon is a low country because sometimes - Oregon Caves. Corny, right? For anyone who knew my uncle, Rob Levy, you know he was the king of corny jokes. So was he the scrapbooker?
Another corny joke…..
And then we see the familiar trio – Gordon, Loraine, Rob. Looking good!
Don’t fall over? What in the heck does that even mean?
And to prove they actually visited the caves, a ticket was included. I had to laugh that coveralls or shoes may be rented at 25¢.
I’m starting to feel like this is a bit of a treasure hunt – we see where the family spent the day and the finale was how much they paid for their lodging (not loging).
The scrapbooker states that July 4 was at Crater Lake, Oregon.
Yes, that’s right. We payed for this one.
But this Dad took. That tells me that one of the boys was the scrapbooker. Although my grandmother always called Sig “Dad”, too.
This one is titled Massive. Isn’t that the truth?
And here’s my dad looking so cute!
And some more photos of the lake.
We finally see one of Sig. I can’t get over how stylin’ they were while on a motoring trip – can you even imagine how families would be dressed today?
And the stop wouldn’t be complete without a statement of their charges for the night. They spent almost as much in meals as they did in room charges.
Looks like they had a quick stop in Roseburg.
Not sure what they bought (or brought) but, of course, we had to see the hotel bill.
Next stop – Portland!