Abigail's Bed and Breakfast Inn
Travel Blogs from Ashland
... Rises - all black rubber portcullises and pointy black finials on the staircases.
Costumes: Glittery - the word "pageant" sprang to mind.
Richard had many afflictions:
A gammy leg (in calipers)
An extraordinary limp
A huge hump
A withered arm
A twisted hand
A terrible wig
A complete inability to pronounce English place names properly.
These were some of his afflictions.
Buckingham was tiny. I ...
SATURDAY 6/14-We woke to a chilly morning and making it seem colder is all the trees in the campground so when the sun is out it takes longer to heat up. We decided to come to Medford because we found that they were having a 4 day long car show. We checked in, hooked up and left. The web site gave an address but when we passed it we did not see so we proceeded into town. We noticed the No Parking signs after 4:00 (we knew they were driving thru town) and then ...
We are so excited about this travel opportunity to see so many parts of the US. Thank you to our great friends Dave and Sheri for letting us purchase this a-liner, off-road sport edition from you. We are so grateful everything worked out at the last minute...it was meant to be. We are also ...
It was a beautiful drive to Ashland from Eugene, with a nice pic-nic stop at a rest area (Full Circle Creamery cheese from Kate & Brian, Crackers and fruit from Shelia & Larry, some cookies, salted almonds and a great view of the cherry blossoms). I made another stop in Medford for something at Fred Meyer and ended up getting a tube of lipstick (because... I accidentally walked down the lip gloss aisle). ...
... limited visibility due to smoke. And indeed the smoke became thick. It was easy to tell by the mountainous nature of the highway that we were in some beautiful country, but unfortunately our views were restricted by the heavy smoke. It went on for well over 50 miles. We hoped that we'd come out of it by the time we reached Medford and Ashland, but it was not to be. It only got worse, even as we pulled into the hotel. I had to chuckle when I walked to the counter to check ...