Ashland's Black Swan Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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... a superhero and picked out swatches of fabrics. Maggie and I created Electricia, who can electrocute bad guys with her fingertips and her magic electric scarf. Dinner was on Calle Guanajuato, a new area along the creek by the Main Plaza that honors Ashland's sister city in Mexico.
Tuesday morning we met our host from the Festival acting ...
... they sprung another on us - Mt Shasta is a stratovolcano.
This was on the way to Shasta Lake, where we found yet another deserted campsite. Nigel backed into a shady space, we chocked up, then he noticed a plant with three oak-shaped leaves. ‘Do you think this might be poison oak?’ Quick google check on the mobile ...
... Festival takes place here from February to October. So, a lot of the shops (and even our hotel!) are themed for the event. We definitely needed lunch after that whole ordeal, so we checked out the local offerings and were pleasantly surprised to learn that the Rogue Creamery is nearby! Not close enough to visit with a quick car trip from our hotel, but close enough to be readily available. We found an awesome pizza place in town with a Rogue cheese plate for a killer ...
... 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" ...
... a canyon to the mining/railroad town of Yreka then drop down into another dryer valley. This is the beginning of the State of Jefferson. Seems that the folks in some southern Oregon and northern California counties were unhappy with their respective state governments inaction on their request for better roads. The counties are rich in minerals and timber but transporting those product to market wasn't easy. Tired of the politicians ...