A Cowslip's Belle-Bed & Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... but we paid about $60 night and there is a really nice diner just across the parking lot (Wild Goose Bar and Grill). So all is good. We plan to make Wild Goose our regular spot as long as we're in town.
It was hard going to my dad's house for the first time without him being there. Empty. Even George looked sad.
I'll post some pictures so you can see ...
... on them to show off our lumber jacking expertise!
On the way to the campground, we passed the Seven Feathers Casino. It looked nice and it was time to stop for lunch, so we did! No table games for Fred, but each time you sign up for a card at one of these Casinos, they give you free slot play, so why not? We broke even and had a nice stop for ...
... we and a lovely lunch by the river.
We sample some of the local 'Lithua' water (tasted revolting due to the high magnesium content) before going on a walk through Lithua Park (and letting Francesca play on the play equipment).
As we came back past the theatres there was a Mexican ? group playing and dancing - so we stopped to watch that to pass the time.
By now it was time for us to split - so that Julie could head to the theatre to ...
... draws the tourists for their renowned theater company, featuring the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, as well as other non-Shakespearean shows in both indoor and an outdoor venue. With tourists a plenty, there was still a local butcher, a bakery, at least two fabric stores, and two bead shops mixed in to make the locals (which I am now considering myself) feel at home.
After a quick trip to the ...
... is pretty hillside community famous for its Shakespeare Festival. Next is Talent, Phoenix, then Medford which all lie in the southern Rogue Valley. Medford is the largest town along the southern Oregon I-5 corridor and seems to have almost incorporated Talent and Phoenix into its southern border through growth.
Next the road climbs over a hill and settles in along the Rogue River passing the depressed town of Gold Hill (famous? ...