Abigail's Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Abigail's Bed and Breakfast Inn Ashland
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... I was mostly working by myself, and if not I was working with my dad or my brother from another, Tim Rupe. This leads me to the best parts of my stay in Medford. Sure I was working and saving some money, but on top of that I was spending time everyday with Pops and one of my best friends! We would see each other all week at work and I would spend the evenings with Pops and Kath, then Friday and Saturday nights were spent at ...
... Coffee Chocolate SO expensive. 15€ for a little bowl of soup No fashion, just hiking gear Everyone walks around with hiking sticks •••••R 26;•••••& #8226;••••Italy •••••R 26;•••••& #8226;•• Men in beautiful suits Nice shoes Dirty/litter everywhere in ...
... it was, well a little creepy... We wandered into town and found their skate park and the kids had a wonderful time with the skaters they met. There was a dad we met there with his 11 year old son. They have a business together making skateboards in Talent, Oregon. Neat guys. Nate really liked skating with the son...and of course, referred to him as his "friend" by the time we left. I spent a delightful afternoon speaking with an 87 year ...
... 8217;t work. No contest. So now we use our remaining stocks of gasoline for starting our wood fires with a bang! Works better than gimmicky and often useless firelighters.
We headed back inland from Shelter Cove and branched off onto first the Ettersburg Road and later the Mattole Road to short cut across to the US 101. These back country roads, unlike the forest tracks we had come into Shelter Cove on were mostly tarred if twisty. But the scenery they served up at every ...
... to stave sore backs. Friday and Saturday are our RDO's- regular days off for you non working stiffs, with rain in the forecast every day next week. We decide to leave as we could not be of much use in inclement weather. We also didn't want to add to the park's expenses by using their water and electricity. We felt that we would be freeloading and that's not why we volunteered.
We said goodbye to our volunteer friends and headed away from the coast on highway 42, a.k.a. the Coos ...