Ashland Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... plays were interesting because it gave a historical insight to that time period.
... see landscapes that were new to me. However, train travel takes a long time and by the time it pulled into Portland I was more than ready to get off of it. I met Myra and Adam there and we drove to Seattle where I would spend the next 2 weeks visiting with them and painting their house. As we crossed the Columbia River, I silently said "see you later" to my favorite state of Oregon and turned to look forward to the next step in my adventure. ...
... oncoming traffic. She was okay, but that car was totaled. [Semi sales plug] Never have we been more thankful for choosing our Subaru! We feel so safe having AWD in these conditions. That's what these cars are made for! The weather also improved– the temperatures warmed and the rain slowed. We made it safely to Ashland in a little over an hour.
Ashland is a beautiful and quaint little resort town located just beyond the Oregon state line. The ...
... and sauteed asparagus. Once Anne and Michael returned home from work, we enjoyed dinner outside on the rooftop. After dinner, a quick walk to the yogurt shop provided dessert. We returned home for our final Euchre match. I am thinking Anne and Michael might want a rematch sometime. All in all it was it was a most outstanding day.
Song of the day: "Riverside" ...
... Truckee we had at the last moment decided to visit San Francisco for old time’s sake and because this atmospheric of all US cities was so close to where we were. For old time’s sake because both of us had on different occasions many years ago visited San Francisco, Diana on her travels with sister Brenda when still single and me when I was serving at sea with P&O. So down the Interstate 80 we headed again, downhill from the mountains for much of the way to come ...