Corvallis to Redmond

All pictures on this page are owned and copyrighted, 2002, by Markus Dietz. They are used here with his permission.

Markus Dietz was a co-worker from Köln, Germany, who visited Eugene in January of 2002. The weather cleared enough one Sunday for us to take a flight over the Cascades to Redmond. Our route took us over Oak Ridge and Odell Lake on the way to Redmond and direct back to Corvallis. On the way back just north of the Three Sisters, we could see as far north as Mt. Adams in Washington.

It was a little hazy, but not as hazy as the pictures make it look.

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Willamette River

Ridge line NE of Eugene/Springfield area

Eugene and Springfield

The panel

Getting into the mountains near Oak Ridge

Looking ahead to Diamond Peak

Diamond Peak

Coming up on Odell Lake

Odell Lake

Turning final for Redmond

On final for Redmond

Checking the fuel again before heading back

More checking the fuel

Taking off

Three Sisters ahead

Three Sisters to the South of us

Beautiful

Mt. Washington to our North. Compare this to the image from September.

Cross those and we're back in the Willamette Valley near Lebanon

Sky turning pink to the South

West side of the Cascade range

The city of Lebanon

On downwind leg for runway 17 at CVO

On final for runway 17