Ashland Mountain House B&B
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... supply and consistantly chased off any other bird who tried to eat.
Later in the evening we headed to the Haworth's for the evening. Dinner was great and after dinner Bob treated us to some original songs as well as some familar songs.
Tomorrow we hope to visit Crater Lake and wend our way north toward the Columbia River Gorge.
- Visiting the first college on the list
- Southern Oregon University is so cute!
- The people are very friendly and it seems like a great school
- It was founded in 1926 and has been growing ever since
- Last year there were over 5,000 students enrolled
- It is 175 acres and has a gorgeous campus
- This was a great school to start off my college ...
... drive right around the rim of the crater and view the lake as you go. Just amazing what Mother Nature can do when she blows her top, sort of speak. On our way down from the crater we stopped at a lovely water fall, Vidae Falls. Not as spectacular as the lake but nice anyway. As we got further south we could feel the weather get hotter. By the time we reached Ashland it was 89F (32C). We saw a Costos store on our way in and after Charlene ...
... scenery, run in the countryside, enjoy city life, try new foods, and grow as a person. The past few months have been up and down full of planning, working my butt off, saving money, finishing the term at SOU, and trying to make time for the great friends and family I have at home in Oregon. This trip would not be taking place without a few nice scholarships from SOU (one was to offset the extra expenses I had to pick up from switching summer programs; Harz to HTW) ...
... s Wharf and enjoyed a simply great chowder served in half of a huge sourdough loaf, a meal on its own. We did a
red topless bus tour of the sights of the city including downtown, the waterfront, Chinatown and the Golden Gate bridge, and we strolled around Chinatown on foot admiring the shops, the sights and sounds and having a proper Chinese meal in one of the many restaurants. With its over 100,000 Chinese inhabitants this is the largest Chinatown in the world outside ...