Day 5 (July 28, 2013). After breakfast (café con leche) at Mazama Campground we picked up camp and drove north through two of the many Oregon Scenic Byways. After stopping for gas at Chelmut—where we met some fellow bikers, the special breed that rides Harley Davidson choppers—we took the Cascade Lakes Highway (NF 46) all the way to Bend, OR. As you may guess from its name, this Scenic Byway goes through a number of lovely lakes and offers great views of lava fields and snowed capped peaks. NF 46 also runs parallel to the narrow upper section of the Deschutes, a famous fly fishing river that eventually gets quite wide and pours its water into the Columbia. At Bend we bought lunch and a few provisions. We continued into the town of Sisters and took the second Scenic Byway, route OR 242. This is a wonderful road to drive on a motorcycle. It is relatively narrow, it has lots of twisties, and trucks and RVs are not allowed on it. The road climbs into the McKenzie Pass and goes through a huge basaltic lava field. From the road or the observatory near the pass one can see several peaks including Mt. Washington to the north and the Three Sisters to the south. After reaching McKenzie pass the road descends at least 2000 feet through one of the most beautiful forest that I have ever seen. Adrián and I visited this place with Lucas and Lucía two years ago. We never thought we would be back on motorcycles two years later. We camped at the Limberlost Campground. We had stayed there two summers ago. The place looked as magical as it did back then. The tall cedars and firs with furry branches covered with long threads of moss. Red huckleberry bushes growing alongside vine maple and thimbleberry. The pretty creek, Lost Creek, running fast at the back of our campsite. The only thing that was different was the fly fishing; I only caught a miniscule trout this time. And the young girl with the yummy berries was not there either! For dinner we had tortellini with pesto (large portions).