Mt. Ashland Inn

550 Mt. Ashland Road, Ashland, Oregon, 97520, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 550 Mt. Ashland Road, Ashland, is near Mount Ashland.
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Travel Blogs from Ashland

Welcome to Oregon

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Aug 01, 2014

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There must be something to "border fever" because we busted out a solid 31.75 mile day. This lays us up to Callahans with only 2.8 to go. From there we will get in touch with Ruthy who is being visited in Ashland by a friend who will have a car. They will drive us from Callahans to Ashland where we will spend the weekend and figure out what is going on with the ...

Crater Lake: storytelling addendum

A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment

... Lake book. Oh, he's a real photographer. For CL: "stop everywhere, do everything." Beyond the park, his recommendations provided a short-term roadmap for the trip, and the photography lessons opened up a new aperture for me. After a full day of exploring, we were in the gift shop looking at postcards. Nearby, I spotted a coffee-table style book - mostly photographs. Flip to the back fold - there's my old man, younger in the photo but with the same tripod, author.
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Now at Ashland

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Aug 07, 2013

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Today, after breakfasting at the Sylvia Beach hotel, we drove south. More beautiful Oregon coast, and then the Dune area - huge dunes. We stopped and climbed up and from the top there was a spectacular view of the coastline both ways. Still a bit foggy, and that fog rolled round us off and on most of the way. Also cool - I was wearing a jacket and glad of it. Then as we went ...

Utah, Nevada, California & Oregon

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Apr 27, 2013

5 comments, 50 photos

... far back say well before the birth of Jesus. Now that’s truly mind boggling,isn’t it?

The weather, somewhat perversely because we were moving steadily northwards into temperate climate zones, was showing signs of stabilizing and warming up, at least during the day. We had seen no rain for quite a while and once away from the immediate coast the cold NW wind was
hardly noticeable. Maybe we’ll be able to swim again……

We ...

Here Begins a 6,500 Mile Adventure

A travel blog entry by jtrev on May 05, 2011

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This begins the narrative of my family's first big post-retirement trips.

The two of us set out toward Port Sulfur, LA to do Post-Katrina home buildings in the Southernmost tip of Louisiana. One half a mile to the East you were in the Mississippi River, which was at flood stage and 1/2 mile to the West you were in the Bayou.

The first part of the trip was a scramble to get to ...