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... switching them off when he winterized the trailer. This memory thing happens more as we get older! Only charged us $25 for ten minutes since we paid cash. Otherwise he would have go bill us for 1/2 hour of work which would've been $50. Guess we got a deal.
Today we head to Redding. The pass is clear. No snow or rain so should be an easy trip.
More later....stay tuned
hotel scene, along with sometimes cheaper boutique properties. At Union Square, morning sunshine filters through trees. Google techs walks by, cafes, art
galleries, wine bars and shops spills over with energy. Women with
sunglasses and designer jeans compulsively checks their Iphones while
men fidget with their Blackberries and Ipads. These are the
City's bourgeois . There are also lots ...
... had us driving through light to fairly heavy smoke coming from many wildland fires to our west.
Ever climbing we finally see the sign we are looking for- "Welcome to Oregon". Yea baby! We continue the climb to Siskiyou Summit then take the long downhill roller coaster ride down to Ashland. Beautiful country this is. OK, Mike keep your eyes on the road. Many 50 mph curves lie ahead while descending off of Mt. Ashland. The road flattens out into ...
This is a simply beautiful state. Today I have ridden the cascade lakes scenic byway.
Hundreds of lakes cross crossed with trails and roads.
All open and free to use. Some with speed restrictions and some unlimited so at one lake it will be totally silent where electric motors are only allowed to power boats and the next the roar of an open exhaust tuned V8 splits the air at 50mph.
The plan was to stay in Oakridge tonight as that is the name of Mum and Dad's house ...
... a rather tedious drive. I don't know how to say this tactfully so I'll just say it; driving through Oregon on a winter day is much like driving across West Texas, nothing to see. Lots of valleys and mountain. At 1:15 pm we check into our hotel and then go to find some lunch. We came directly back to the hotel and plan to stay in for the rest of the day to be warm and dry. Tomorrow we reach ...
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