Historic Pinehurst Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... but overall was a trusted companion and carriage. It took me to and from Utah on the 14 hour drive more than a few times, and took me to Tahoe as well. All the while braving fierce winters, heavy loads, and a few scratches along the way. But what I appreciated most about that ride was the 5 excursions it made to the Gorge for Dave Matthews Band Labor Dave Weekend! Jammed to the ceiling with camping supplies, party ...
... people! Helpful Smile and laugh a lot Energetic and passionate •••••R 26;•••••& #8226;•••Austria̶ 6;••••• 8226;••••• ;••••• 226; People literally hate their lives Always grumpy Us Austrians "don't give a ****" Most beautiful architecture They love ...
... dang hip, great-grandmother of a boy Chum's age who was skating with her. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed her wisdom and insight. We enjoyed a lovely dinner at the Standing Stone in downtown Ashland and tucked in for the night. The air has a chill at night here in Oregon...but the people are quite warm.
We woke up and tried to pull things together quickly in order to be ready to be picked up by the rafting co. at 8:40. ...
... 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 ...
... Highway. We pass the tiny hamlet of Riverton, through Coquille (the seat of Coos County), and Myrtle Point before leaving the bottomland of the Coquille River. We travel through heavily forested draws and canyons following the middle fork of the Coquille River. Again we pass by tiny hamlets, Bridge, and Remote (they ain't kiddin', this place is a long ways from nowhere!).
We finally reach Camas Valley (under 1000 souls) after what seems to have been long drive but we ...