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A Trip to Sarah Lake

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Schulmanator: Good thing! You'll soon see it's still an active fishin' town!

10000000000000: I don't condone walking on tram right-of ways... but thanks for the comment!

JGellock: Thanks for the post, buddy!

DCMetro34: Thanks for the words, and here you go!

Thanks to all for the messages and views@! hope to hear more from everyone after this post, too!

Now to the new post...

City life stressing you out?


Need to escape the grind?


Then take a trip to Sarah Lake!


While Deschutes tries to keep its denser urban areas livable, there are simply times when getting out of the city is a must. With it's roots as a fishing town, Sarah Lake is famous for its active waterfront and peaceful surroundings.

Shops on Sarah Lake's iconic waterfront.


Catering to its tourist industry, live theater is a popular attraction for nightlife on the waterfront. The Imperial and Regal theaters are two of the largest and most popular.

The Imperial (left) and Regal theaters.


Deschutes is still a working fishing town. Sarah Lake (the body of water and town's namesake) connects to the Strait of Georgia via a small inlet. Salmon is the most important commercial fish caught in Sarah Lake. While the waterfront is still active, much of it has been converted to other commercial ventures.

The waterfront.


Sarah Lake's tram lines are both a practical means of transportation, as well as a tourist attraction.

A tram passing a waterfront plaza.


Over a natural stream, a tram makes a stop.


Thanks for reading, and there is much more to come soon!

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I think I'll stay in the city! That station in the first picture looks great. I'd also like to see that new building when the scaffolding comes down.

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The trams master at work again. I love this little town you've put together. It reminds me of One of the other small towns you did in Balboa. Excellent use of the grassy tram-in-road. The station over the bridge was a nice touch and the shops look top!

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