Ashland Royal Carter House Bed and Breakfast
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... green outside the theaters to watch a variety of acts in the free Green Show.
Our old friend Christiana Clark starred as Beatrice in the hilarious Much Ado, set in the present time but with Shakespeare's language. We appreciated the set even more after Tyrone showed us a video of how dozens of volunteers helped to attach thousands of flowers to the hangings above the stage.
... Ashland, close to the Shakespeare Festival and all the trendy shops and restaurants. Except for our bus ride to the winery, we were able to walk everywhere.
We started our program with a tour of all three theaters, where we'd be seeing three Shakespeare plays. The festival was started in 1935 by Angus Bowmer, who taught at what is now Southern Oregon University. ...
... to stretch our legs, then took the small slow road into Ashland. Now established at the Ashland Springs Hotel, about to go to dinner and to see Cymbeline, Shakespearean play, in the outdoor theatre. On this side of the mountains the temperature has transformed from 10 to 15 and chilly in the fog and wind, to almost 30!!! Though will cool down in the evening. Quite a change! Now ...
... contain perhaps one of the most famous and gorgeous American National
Parks – Yosemite.
With our donated National Parks pass card we got in for free after we had stopped high on the entrance road to look down on the famous and much photographed Half Dome rock which dominates the valley in which much of Yosemite lies. We managed to find a spare camp site in one of the several camping grounds in the park at $20 a night. But it was as usual cold at night under ...
This begins the narrative of my family's first big post-retirement trips.
The two of us set out toward Port Sulfur, LA to do Post-Katrina home buildings in the Southernmost tip of Louisiana. One half a mile to the East you were in the Mississippi River, which was at flood stage and 1/2 mile to the West you were in the Bayou.
The first part of the trip was a scramble to get to ...