Historic Pinehurst Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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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 ...
... Quiet Don't like/try/care to speak English Smokers •••••R 26;•••••& #8226;••••̶ 6;France•••• 226;••••• •••• So far, very friendly! Proud of their culture/city/language Fast paced in the streets Calm and relaxed during leisure or eating. Fashionable ...
... at 4,310 feet. It was quite spectacular and I was glad to give Big Blue a break and let off the gas to cruise down the other side.
We pulled off into the town of Weed...because, well, I thought it would be funny. The first thing we came to was a little souvenir shop with a large assortment of shirts and gifts with the expected plays on the name of the town. A really nice hippie gave us some tips on the area and directions ...
... Rooster keeps teasing Rowdy just outside our RV door! Rowdy really enjoys his walks in the dog training area of the wildlife refuge … the dips in the water is fun too! Wet dog still smells like wet dog! We saw a pair of Cinnamon Teal (ducks) … The Chukars are still courting the chrome wheels on our truck while Rowdy is on permanent point inside the truck! Quail, Red-winged blackbird, Yellow Headed ...
... our coordinator, Ranger Chris is. Wednesday evening we find Chris in the entrance booth. We ask Chris if his list of priorities is the same as RJ's. Noooooo it isn't. Chris wants us to remove the invasive, non- native scotch broom that covers the hillside near the booth. It's easy to pull, he says. He then states that he will be off the next couple of days, so have at it!
Jil and I look at each other and decide to give it a go knowing full well that scotch broom has a very ...