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Desc:'Each year, for as long as anyone can remember, the lake drains into the hole and dries up'
Category:Nature & Places, Science & Technology
Tags:Oregon, Aquifer, Lost Lake, Lava tube, groundwater
Submitted:Pillager
Date:05/07/15
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Scrotum H. Vainglorious
Go down there.
infinite zest
People have been throwing things down there for as long as I can remember. Mostly just beer cans and wedding pictures it would be cool to see something like a swimming gopro like that thing in The Abyss go down there and see.

Albuquerque Halsey
It probably has a bunch of boulders and other deb-ris in the way that prevents a clear shot down.

infinite zest
Yeah. That's why I meant "swimming," like you could control it to get around stuff like that, sort of like in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for NES. I've never seen a gopro in person but they're pretty small.

The Mothership
There was a whole 5-10 minute segment on this lake a couple years ago on Oregon Field Guide. Very cool.
Sanest Man Alive
Link uses the whistle, finds Dungeon 7.
Jet Bin Fever
If this was easier to get to, you'd better damn well believe there would be a lot of drunk guy corpses down there.
infinite zest
It's actually not that hard to get to. I'm willing to bet that some jackass sees this story and plugs it up. Seriously. I watched the local news last night and this and a story about goats being considered as an alternative to regular highway grass maintanence or something were the top stories. There's really not much to do here so people piss in our open reservoirs and plug up our mystery holes.

Old_Zircon
One of the things that always impresses me about the Northeast is how there are so many things that are more or less unmarked that would be THE MOST AMAZING THING EVER and completely managed and turned in to a tourist destination if they were on the East coast.

I've always been partial to Devil's Churn myself.

infinite zest
Yeah. Yahats is my favorite part of the beach. Go a little bit north though and you're back in Coney Island. And one of my favorite places as a kid was this hotsprings way out in the middle of central oregon which is now a hotel, casino and waterpark. It's like "hello, we're hotsprings.. anybody there?" But yeah, for every one of those examples there are a lot of destinations that you literally hear about from a friend of a friend or something. The most depressing to me is The Wisconsin Dells.

Old_Zircon
I'm almost 100% sure I drove by those hot springs three years ago, last time I was in Oregon. I'm still partial to Troy but it has a lot of personal history for me so I'm more than willing t overlook some pretty unpleasant goings on that happened between when I lived there briefly as a kid and when I went back again in 2011 or 12.

SixDigitDebt
This was actually the answer to a question I had when I was a kid.
gmol
We live on Discworld.
Old_Zircon
Lost Lake is cool and all, but as lava tubes in Oregon go, I'll stick with the one that's full of Masons.

http://www.burnslodge.org/malheur.html
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